How does UK pre-election period work and what does it mean for businesses?

The UK prime minister has called a general election on 4 July, and parliament will be dissolved on 30 May. This triggers a formal pre-election period, formerly known as purdah, when guidance is in place limiting the use of public resources and the activities of the government and civil servants.

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