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The Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act 2014 (TLNPCTUAA 2014) makes provision as follows:
Part 1 establishes a register of consultant lobbyists making representations to government, and sets up a registrar to supervise and enforce the registration requirements
Part 2 changes the legal requirements for people or organisations that campaign for candidates or registered political parties
Part 3 changes the legal requirements in relation to trade unions’ obligations to keep their list of members up to date
Part 2 of TLNPCTUAA 2014 makes changes to existing legislation governing non-party campaigners at elections, or third parties as they are described in the legislation.
These third parties are individuals or organisations that campaign for candidates or political parties. Just as there are financial controls on candidates (under the Representation of the People Act 1983 (RPA 1983)) and on registered political parties (under the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA 2000)), so there are also financial controls on the third parties that campaign for them. The controls on third parties are in section 75 of RPA 1983, s 75 and (more extensively) in PPERA 2000, Pt 6.
Several of the changes under TLNPCTUAA 2014 bring the controls for third parties more closely into line with controls for registered parties. The overall effect is an increase in regulation, albeit
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