Notifications for joint campaigning and targeted spending

Notification of lead campaigner arrangements between non-party campaigners

On 12 December 2019 the Commission received a notification of lead campaigner arrangements including the following details:

Lead campaigner: Real Change Lab Limited

Minor campaigner: Keep Our NHS Public

Minor campaigner: Health Campaign Together

On 15 May 2019 the Commission received a notification of lead campaigner arrangements including the following details:

Lead campaigner: Open Britain Ltd

Minor campaigner: European Movement of the United Kingdom Ltd

Minor campaigner: Our Future Our Choice

Minor campaigner: For our Future's Sake

Minor campaigner: Wales for Europe

On 7 June 2017 the Commission received a notification of lead campaigner arrangements including the following details:

Lead campaigner: National Union of Teachers

Minor campaigner: Association of Teachers and Lecturers

Minor campaigner: GMB

Minor campaigner: National Association of Head Teachers

Authorisation to incur targeted spending in support of a particular political party at a UKPGE

Under section 94G of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA), a registered party may authorise a registered non-party campaigner to incur targeted spending above the usual targeted spending limit.

The registered non-party campaigners in the table below have been given authorisation to incur targeted spending in line with section 94G of PPERA. The table lists the party that has given the authorisation, and the specified expenditure cap in each part of the UK.

This table should be read in conjunction with the Commission’s register of third party notifications. Links to the registered non-party campaigners and the relevant political parties are linked in the table.

Registered third party Part of the United Kingdom to which the authorisation relates & Authorised expenditure cap Registered party that has authorised targeted spending by the third party Authorised by role within the party Date authorisation was sent to the Commission
Communication Workers Union
  • England (£250,000)
  • Scotland (£40,000)
  • Wales (£30,000)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 5 November 2019
 
Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (USDAW)
  • England (£250,000)
  • Scotland (£40,000)
  • Wales (£30,000)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 5 November 2019
 
UNISON: The Public Service Union
  • England (£250,000)
  • Scotland (£40,000)
  • Wales (£30,000)
Labour party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 5 November 2019
Unite the Union
  • England (no cap)
  • Scotland (no cap)
  • Wales (no cap)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 5 November 2019
GMB
  • England (£250,000)
  • Scotland (£40,000)
  • Wales (£30,000)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 7 November 2019
 Momentum Campaign (Services) Ltd
  • England (no cap)
  • Scotland (no cap)
  • Wales (no cap)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 7 November 2019
The Fire Brigades Union
  • England (£50,000)
  • Scotland (£20,000)
  • Wales (£10,000)
Labour Party Andrew Whyte (deputy treasurer) 21 November 2019