Strengthening Transparency Around Lobbying
Our lobbying report and associated documents
The Committee published its report Strengthening Transparency Around Lobbying on 5 November 2013.
The Committee began a review early in 2013 to apply the Nolan principles to lobbying and consider how best the lobbied and lobbyists can best live out those principles. As well as a call for evidence, the Committee held a seminar with those involved in lobbying. The Committee has concluded that a package of measures is urgently required to deliver a greater culture of openness and transparency around lobbying; provide greater clarity for public office holders on the standards expected of them; and to reassure the public that a more ethical approach to lobbying is actively being applied by all those involved in lobbying.
You can also read our Chair’s recent blog post on cspl.blog.gov.uk in which he argues that the current arrangements around lobbying are still not enough.
Published 5 November 2013