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Union leaders criticise consultation on learning disability services

January 17, 2017

A protest has been staged as union leaders attempt to protect some of the 800 jobs which are under threat at the former Calderstones Hospital site. Staff are anxious that…

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Play area plans scrapped after heavy criticism on public consultation

January 17, 2017

A vision to transform an area of Ashworth Park into a children’s play area has been abandoned after the council received criticism over its public consultation. Knutsford Town Councillors resolved…

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“Is this really consultation?” – opponents to hospital services reconfiguration express disappointment

January 17, 2017

Proposals to move services from a hospital that has already seen its maternity unit downgraded have been set out by Oxfordshire health bosses. A consultation has been launched to tackle…

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Council rejects STP for “lack of consultation and democratic oversight”

January 17, 2017

A campaign group has welcomed the council’s decision to reject plans for the NHS which they claim are the government’s way of saving £22billion. Save Our NHS Waltham Forest has…

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Local Green party criticises lack of consultation on local NHS plan

January 15, 2017

Brighton and Hove Green Party has criticised the lack of consultation on a plan to save £864 million in the local NHS. The drive for savings forms part of the…

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Campaigner confident legal challenge on CCG’s consultation will be successful

January 14, 2017

A grandmother behind legal action to save a threatened doctor’s surgery has insisted the campaign to save the facility will be triumphant. Yvonne De Burgo, who is seeking a judicial…

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Government receives more than 140,000 individual responses to Leveson consultation

January 13, 2017

The Government received more than 140,000 individual responses to its consultation on Section 40 and whether part two of the Leveson Inquiry should go ahead, Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has…

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Controversial consultation launched on Stonehenge tunnel plan

January 12, 2017

A controversial plan for a road tunnel past Stonehenge has been finalised by the government. Campaigners claim the 1.8-mile (2.9 km) dual-carriageway tunnel will cause “irreparable damage” to the landscape.…

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Devolution crisis meeting as Council is forced to re-run consultation

January 11, 2017

City Region bosses staged an emergency meeting to hammer out plans to save the £900m devolution deal. The event was scheduled for January 30 but was brought forward because time…

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