Interactive: How lobbying hit the headlines

As lobbying hits the headlines following undercover media stings, take a look at our interactive timeline to see how the story unfolded and how efforts to regulate lobbying have taken shape.

We start with our 23 May story that undercover journalists had been targeting public affairs agencies as part of the attempted sting.

Scroll right to see how events have unfolded over the past two weeks.

Scroll left to see the key developments since the Government launched a consultation on a statutory register of lobbyists in January 2012.

Click on the pictures to read the story in full.

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