Chancellor promises funding and reliefs which could be worth billions to civil society



The chancellor of the exchequer announced measures potentially worth billions to charities and community groups in the budget and spending review.


Speaking in the House of Commons, Rishi Sunak outlined details about funding to support the government’s levelling up agenda, as well as tax breaks affecting community pubs and other hospitality bodies.


However, the budget received a cautious response from some charities, with think tank NPC warning that Sunak had missed a chance to “make the most of the strengths of the social sector”.


To read more click here

2 views0 comments