As a Parliamentary candidates, I discovered that some charities will have to change the way they campaign of they want a gentler, kinder, more constructive politics.
Number 10, Matthew Hancock, the Whips, Ministers themselves: all must ensure that Sir Humphrey’s grip is loosened.
The Charity Commission has found that the IPPR’s ‘close involvement’ with Labour crossed a line.
If some charities were acting in a way that was genuinely balanced, they would have been more vocal in criticising the last Labour Government.
A new Institute of Economic Affairs report makes seven main recommendations about how this should be done.
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