‘Civil society is a critical part of DCMS and wider government work,’ says new minister

From Civil Society News:

Charities and social enterprises have a “huge and central role to play” in levelling up, the new minister said earlier this week.

For his first appearance since being appointed as minister for civil society, Nigel Huddleston sent a video message to NPC’s conference, which is taking place this week.

He said: “Charities, social enterprises and volunteers play a vital role in modern Britain.

“From large national organisations, to locally-run community projects, they tackle some of the greatest challenges that we face, and help people and communities most in need.”

Click here for the full article.