Charities and Brexit

The charity sector is expected to lose £200k as a result of the UK’s exit from the European Union from grants and contracts from Europe.

There will also be effects on key regulatory areas previously under EU jurisdiction, such as child welfare, environmental protection, and workers’ rights.

Charities must ensure their voice is heard when the government considers policy changes in light of reversion of all powers and law making to UK. It is important to ensure charities needs are taken into account, so much lobbying will be required by the charity sector in the general scramble by all the business sectors to be make their case.

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