CFG publishes overview of key Manifesto pledges

17th April 2015

CFG hasĀ published a short briefing outlining and analysing policies in each of the main party manifestos.

In the lead up to the general election, this briefing focuses on the proposals most likely to affect charities and considers their potential impact.

Most analysts are predicting a hung Parliament with either a formal coalition between two (or more) parties or informal agreements between parties on key issues such as the Budget.

This makes it more important than ever that charities understand the policies of all the main parties, as these will be the key building blocks for discussions on the next government.

The briefing considers the following areas:

  • Sector-wide policies
  • Tax
  • Local Government
  • Public Services
  • Volunteering
  • International Development
  • Arts, Culture and Heritage

It also identifies cross-cutting trends common to many of the manifestos - and highlights areas where charities need to adapt to regardless of which party (or parties) are in government.

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