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Last edited 07 Jan 2021
All party parliamentary group APPG
All Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs or APGs) are informal cross-party parliamentary groups run by and for Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. They may involve individuals and organisations from outside Parliament.
The Register of All-Party Groups shows which APGs are recognised by the House of Commons, who their officers are, and what support they receive from outside Parliament. Organisations which register have to conform to rules about working in a cross-party way, and transparency in funding.
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