Membership bodies have called for charities to be subject to the highest permitted allowances under the regime that will replace EU state aid rules.
In the Queen’s Speech this week, the government set out its policies and proposed legislative programme for the new parliamentary session, including a Subsidy Control Bill.
The main benefits of the bill would aim to create a UK subsidy control system free of “the EU’s burdensome state aid rules”, the government said in a briefing published alongside the speech.
“Free from the EU state aid regime, the government will introduce a Subsidy Control Bill that implements a domestic UK subsidy control regime to reflect our strategic interests and particular national circumstances, providing a legal framework within which public authorities make subsidy decisions,” the paper said.
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