The MPs' visits marks the intensification of lobbying by the petro-state
Lobbying of anyone except ministers and permanent secretaries is exempt from last year's legislation, as is all lobbying by corporations and their trade bodies
Mr Hancock received the donation and later announced a ban on charities using grants from public funds to lobby ministers, MPs, civil servants and political parties
It’s not just the tobacco and car industries that go to great lengths to lobby for their interests, even when those interests are actively harmful to the wider public
The head of the CBI will today call for companies to start paying their staff more, saying the large number of people working for the minimum wage is a “serious challenge” that business and the Government must address.
Stuart Hall fought on without any sight in his left eye to claim the bantamweight title on Saturday
John Lewis's chairman hopes the Chancellor will be more hare than bear when he makes his Autumn Statement
Climbdown viewed as ‘humiliating’ after MPs claimed vested interests were being let off the hook
TUC general secretary, Frances O'Grady, blames the threat of industrial action on a Government that is 'out of touch'
The Bill cuts the amount groups can spend before elections from £989,000 to £390,000
Downing Street has rejected warnings by charities that its new lobbying legislation would restrict voluntary organisations from campaigning on matters of public interest.
Regulations 'would effectively make it illegal' for TUC to organise conference in election run-up
Moving the Qatar tournament would have a huge knock-on effect for domestic leagues
Conservative party election strategist denies discussed tobacco issues with PM or Health Secretary
He says claims made that he 'sought to improperly use his position' as campaign advisor were 'simply false'
Prime Minister is under pressure over his strategist’s potential conflict of interest