Guidance for the Register of Consultant Lobbyists
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This report presents a summary of the Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists’s conclusions from the consultation. It also clarifies a number of points in response to frequently asked questions and sets out next steps for the publication of guidance.
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This consultation is on the scope of the information and guidance that will be provided for those who are required to join the Register.
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The Register of Consultant Lobbyists requires anyone who lobbies on behalf of a third party to:
- give the names of their clients
- declare whether or not they subscribe to a relevant code of conduct
The Registrar of Consultant Lobbyists will publish guidance to help potential registrants understand whether or not they have to join the Register. This consultation asked for views on the guidance that will be issued and the information that registrants need to provide.