A bruising and instructive bill

Cook, Stephen
January 2014
Third Sector;1/28/2014, Issue 783, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on lobbying bill in Great Britain which will change the landscape of campaigning for charities. According to the author, the bill has been an instructive affair. The author states that the ingratiating rhetoric about the social sector along with the uncompromising approach is difficult.


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