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The New political landscape

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Ann Blackmore of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations explains what the new political landscape - resulting from the May 6 2010 General Elections in the UK - is likely to mean for third …

Ann Blackmore of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations explains what the new political landscape - resulting from the May 6 2010 General Elections in the UK - is likely to mean for third sector organisations.

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  • 1. The voluntary sector and the new political landscape Ann Blackmore NCVO Campaigns and Communications Contact: [email_address]
  • 2.
    • Overall break down of Parliamentary seats
    • Coalition
    Balance of Parliamentary power at glance
  • 3. Coalition Government
    • Freedom, fairness and responsibility
    • Key ministers
    • Queen’s Speech
    • Big Society
    • Spending cuts
  • 4. Labour Opposition
    • Current mood
    • Main leadership contenders
    • Main focus
  • 5. Sector Focus Big Society Voice and Independence Spending Cuts

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