Charities Bill and Dormant Assets Bill announced in Queen's speech
Published by Debbie Baverstock on Tue, 18/05/2021 - 14:19
She said: “Legislation will support the voluntary sector by reducing unnecessary bureaucracy and releasing additional funds for good causes.” The Queen's speech, which is written by the government, normally happens once a year, but it has been delayed after Brexit and the pandemic. The last Queen's speech was in late 2019 and enabled Boris Johnson to set out his agenda one week after winning the general election.
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