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Black Lives Matter demonstrations: Addressing the inequality

July 3, 2020 By

The brutal death of George Floyd and the subsequent Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests carried out worldwide have sparked critical conversations about racial inequality and discrimination across sectors including education,…

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‘Build, Build, Build’ for a sustainable and inclusive recovery

July 2, 2020 By

The Institute’s first webinar on environmental matters, which was delivered by the Environment Working Group outlined our belief that the recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic has huge potential as a…

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An education in the risks of pre-empting someone else’s consultation

July 2, 2020 By

Usually consultation related cases in the courts tend to be fairly straightforward. The facts and complaints being made will be to the point and normally revolve around one or two…

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The Week in Parliament

July 2, 2020 By

This weekend we will see the next stage of the lifting of lockdown, with pubs, hotels and campsites preparing to open again from Saturday 4th. All except in poor Leicester,…

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If it’s good news – do we still need to consult?

June 26, 2020 By

A few days ago, the newspapers were unanimous. One headline declared Summer’s back on. Another proclaimed a Magic Monday. The Daily Mail said Hurrah. Perhaps we can excuse the media,…

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Are the public now engaged enough on climate change to get involved?

June 25, 2020 By

With the publication of the APPG on Climate Change Annual Report coinciding with some local authorities announcing section 114 measures, councils are facing the challenge of not only coming out…

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Trial By Jury- Speedy Justice at what cost?

June 25, 2020 By

One of the most famous and lauded articles of Magna Carta, generally (if perhaps a little inaccurately) considered to be a foundational document of rights in England and Wales and…

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The Week in Parliament

June 25, 2020 By

Westminster now seems to be back in more or less full swing, and we are starting to see the return before Parliament of several of the key Government bills trailed…

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COVID-19 disparities report- Missing pages and unconvincing ministers

June 18, 2020 By

One of the biggest (and most timely) stories from a busy week of news has been the debate over the missing pages from a report on Covid-19 disparities. The missing…

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