Conservatives intend to 'follow example of the US.'

December 2008
PRWeek (London);12/5/2008, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports on the plan of the Conservative Party to introduce financial controls on lobbying in Great Britain. The party highlights expenditures by the central government on hiring public affairs firms to lobby the government. The Tories also will issue guidance to prevent agencies from hiring public affairs firms.


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