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Almost 20,000 responses received during rail ticketing system consultation

February 19, 2019

UK: Outline proposals for a ‘radical’ reform of the rail ticketing system in Great Britain were published by the Rail Delivery Group on February 18. Branded ‘Easier Fares for All’,…

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Bristol’s sex shops consultation held up so that Councillors’ pre-consultation research is added!

February 15, 2019

TCI Commentary: Right from the category of news stories called ‘You couldn’t make this up …’ here is a great story from Bristol, where assiduous Councillors have instructed officials to…

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Controversial NHS stroke services shake-up faces backlash and potential challenge by local Council

February 15, 2019

A re-organisation of stroke services across Kent has been given the go-ahead. Across the county, about 3,000 people suffer a stroke each year and currently they are treated at one…

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NHS Trust fails to consult on closure of X-Ray Unit

February 15, 2019

TCI Commentary: It is a little surprising still to see stories like this, as the NHS has surely learnt that its legal obligations require it to involve – and usually…

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Council apologises for ‘inadequate’ consultation

February 14, 2019

Exeter City Council has apologised for an “inadequate” consultation into plans to build a new independent mental health hospital next to a primary school which failed to properly consider the…

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Holyrood Committee identifies “serious lack of consultation with a range of women’s groups”

February 14, 2019

A Holyrood committee has found “serious deficiencies” in the way consultation was carried out around planned changes to the 2021 census. In a report published today, it recommended wider consultation…

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5,500+ respond to changes to bin collection consultation

February 14, 2019

Bin collections in Enfield look likely to be cut to once a fortnight – even though most residents who were consulted opposed the change. Council officers have recommended changing the…

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Rail industry review is delayed due to overwhelming number of consultation responses

February 14, 2019

The Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has admitted that its plan for a ‘root and branch reform’ of rail fares regulation has been delayed, after a record number of responses. Last…

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We need to engage public head-on about future infrastructure

February 14, 2019

The infrastructure sector needs to respond to the challenge to engage effectively with the public about infrastructure by telling a better story more boldly, says Michael Vivona. National Infrastructure Commission…

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