Association of Professional Political Consultants

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The Association of Professional Political Consultants (APPC) is a United Kingdom organisation, established in 1994, is the self-regulatory body for professional political practitioners. APPC membership is open to public affairs firms, in-house PA teams and individuals.

The basis for APPC´s self-regulatory regime is its Code of Conduct and its Register of members, their consultants and their clients, updated quarterly and published on the APPC’s website. Currently more than 80 member firms and in-house practitioners are listed on the APPC's Register.

It was established by five firms of lobbyists following the 1994 Cash-for-questions affair.[1]


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  1. ^ "History of lobbying & of the APPC". APPC. Retrieved 26 August 2012. 

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