Lobbying Bill put on hold

The government’s controversial Lobbying Bill has been temporarily put on hold following months of pressure from religious groups, charities, thinktanks and NGOs to give it further scrutiny and for major changes to be made before it is passed.

In its current form, the Bill has been criticised for its potential both to prevent ordinary people from becoming involved with the democratic process...

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