Following the EU referendum in June, the UK's future relationship with Europe is unclear. We will be working to ensure that voluntary organisations have their voices heard as decisions are made about the future.
Brexit briefing October 2016
EU referendum: Implications for the sector
This online event took place on 7 July 2016 - you can watch the recording below.
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- NCVO: Brexit will be large part of general election debate
Commenting on the announcement of the general election, Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, said:
We will be using the coming weeks to remind politicians of all parties of the crucial role of charities and volunteering in our national life. We know that, with the right conditions, charities can make an even bigger difference.
Brexit is going to be a very big part of the election debate. Charities have many interests in Brexit negotiations, for example on freedom of movement and staffing. Now is the time to make the case for policies and positions that would be best for them and the people they work for.
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