CIPR calls for substantial news on Government's lobby register proposals
Pressure from the public affairs industry for substantial news on the Government's proposals to create a statutory register of lobbyists is building.
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Reacting to a lack of specific information on lobbying reform in the Government’s Mid-Term Review last week, chairman of the CIPR Public Affairs group Simon McVicker said: ‘We are all growing impatient with the lack of progress and information from the Cabinet Office.’
A Cabinet Office spokesman said: ‘Following extensive consultation in 2012, the Government is pursuing this agenda and will publish revised proposals in due course.’
This article was first published on prweek.com
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