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Court of Appeal hears climate case against Heathrow third runway

October 18, 2019

Friends of the Earth has taken its legal case against Heathrow’s third runway plans to the Court of Appeal. The court will hear an appeal against the High Court’s decision…

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Role reversal for Jeremy Hunt as he fights an NHS closure close to home

October 18, 2019

tCI Commentary: Eyebrows will surely be raised in many parts of England when they read about the MP for Surrey SW mounting the barricades to campaign against changes to Haslemere…

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Campaigners demand consultation over the future of walk-in centre

October 18, 2019

Politicians are taking legal advice to see if they can block the proposed closure of a walk-in health centre. The move comes after Hammersmith and Fulham CCG said it would…

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Could the consultation on social care be scrapped?

October 18, 2019

tCI Commentary: When Theresa May’s social care manifesto pledge blew up in her face in the 2017 General Election, her ‘Get-out-of-jail’ card was the promise of a full public consultation. But…

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Cllrs demand better impact data on overnight A&E closure

October 17, 2019

More information is needed on the impact of the overnight closure of Grantham A&E on Nottingham and Leicester hospitals before proposals for the future of the service can be published,…

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Scottish council slammed over ‘box-ticking’ budget consultation plan

October 17, 2019

A PROPOSED consultation on budget savings options by Argyll and Bute Council is simply “ticking a box”, a Helensburgh community councillor has said. Norman Muir, convener of Helensburgh Community Council,…

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Gov urged to consult on mandatory licensing for UK construction firms

October 15, 2019 Consultation News

The government has promised a further clampdown on building safety, with the Queen’s speech outlining plans for new laws – but housing failed to earn a mention. There was no…

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Pupil loses fight over consultation on future of 300-year-old church school

October 11, 2019 Consultation News

A pupil has lost a legal fight over consultation on the future of a 300-year-old voluntary aided Church of England School. The girl, backed by parents, complained that a council…

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43,000+ : Everton FC responses double in second-stage consultation

October 11, 2019 Consultation News

Everton has announced the huge scale of the second stage of public consultation as a proposed new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock edges closer. Over 43,000 people responded to the next…

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Cost of JR prohibits group from challenging council decision

October 10, 2019 Consultation News

A threatened legal challenge to plans for a controversial gyratory road system in Barnsley have been dropped because of prohibitive costs, protestors have confirmed. Barnsley Council has been engulfed in…

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