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Budget 2021- What are the consultation prospects?

March 5, 2021 By Article

It’s that time of year again, the Red Box has been opened, the major policy points leaked, and the internet is full of journalists and politicians sharing the anecdote about…

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The Week in Parliament

March 5, 2021 By Article

We’ll not be looking at the big parliamentary news of the week here, for that we’ve done a separate article here. The devolved administrations were relatively quiet too this week,…

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The Week in Parliament

February 26, 2021 By Article

Westminster is back in action, and this week it is the Welsh who have declined to give me anything interesting to talk about. So we’ll avoid crossing the Severn for…

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Time to tackle terror- an extensive consultation on a complicated issue- but is it too long?

February 26, 2021 By Article

Most of the time when a consultation draws our attention because of its length, it’s usually because it looks far too short. We’re talking here about the ones about an…

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Changes by stealth- how much do you love your High Street?

February 26, 2021 By Article

One of the big concerns held by campaigners and concerned citizens recently has been that changes introduced ‘temporarily’ during the pandemic might be carried over after the return to normality…

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Consultation training in 2021? When do you think?

February 22, 2021 By Article

It’s a puzzle for providers of professional training. If only we had a pound for everyone who has written that things will never be the same again! No more conferences.…

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We join the ‘Race to Zero’ towards COP26 Glasgow

February 22, 2021 By Article

As part of the tCI programme for 2021 ahead of COP26, we have applied to be invited to have both an exhibition stand and an event slot in order to…

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A “floored” consultation- how effective is a displaced notice in a pathway consultation?

February 19, 2021 By Article

Like many of us in lockdown, I have been taking daily walks around my locality, something which has become significantly less chilly (albeit not much less damp) over the last…

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The Week in Parliament

February 19, 2021 By Article

Westminster is in recess this week, so we have a slight pause from London-based politics. Equally, the Northern Ireland Assembly and the Welsh Senedd have not been that heavy on…

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Due and better process- the post-covid return to normality

February 19, 2021 By Article

This morning’s Guardian carried an interesting comment piece from Sir Jonathan Jones QC, the former Treasury Solicitor who resigned after disagreeing with the Attorney-General about the Government’s plan to give…

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