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Following the launch of Accountable Influence: Bringing Lobbying out of the Shadows, Robert Barrington notes that a forthcoming Bill in Scotland has the opportunity to make the Scottish Government the UK’s leaders in lobbying transparency.

Open Governance Researcher Steve Goodrich looks at proposals for the Scottish Government’s impending statutory register of lobbyists, noting that the Government’s proposals go further than the UK in some areas but fall short in others.

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