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Home-working Mark Two

October 12, 2020 By Article

The opportunity for team-based skills/knowledge development The sudden return of advice to encourage maximum use of home-working provides an opportunity for organisations to invest in team-based learning. First-time around, we…

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Metro Mayors deny they were consulted …

October 12, 2020 By Article

In recent days, municipal leaders have queued up to complain that they have not been adequately consulted about imminent plans for further actions to seek to contain the COVID-19 second…

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No Lockdown for Online Consultation

October 9, 2020 By Article

This time last year consultation events were taking place across the country, and there was not a face mask or a hand sanitiser in sight. That scene is hard to…

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Parliament, consultation and the local lockdown

October 9, 2020 By Article

The lack of consultation on the coronavirus regulations was again top of the agenda in Parliament this week, though the debate has moved from the Commons to the Lords. In…

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Infrastructure consultations going digital? Tales from this year’s Waterfront Conference

October 5, 2020 By Article

By my reckoning, last Thursday’s Waterfront conference on Consultation and Stakeholder engagement for Infrastructure was my fifth consecutive appearance as Guest Chair of this event. It is normally held in…

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The Week in Parliament

October 2, 2020 By Article

An MP, a Peer and a Journalist walk into a Parliamentary Bar at 10:01. The bar tender welcomes them in then ten minutes later kicks them out. Can you work…

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How far I’ll go – Where lies the onus to reach out to consultees?

October 2, 2020 By Article

Last week, we wrote about the Government’s procedurally woeful response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation. In our piece, we identified that it was a controversial consultation, and whatever the…

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The Week in Parliament

September 24, 2020 By Article

The big news this week has focussed on the imminent independence of Kent (I may have stopped reading that story halfway through) and the new coronavirus restrictions being imposed to…

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A failure of leadership and duty – the Government’s response to the GRA consultation

September 22, 2020 By Article

The Government has published its long-awaited response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation. The consultation explored the process by which an individual may obtain a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC) to…

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