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The art of good Governance

July 10, 2020 By Article

Good corporate governance is often described in terms of processes and controls which certainly need to be in place to avoid the risk of any legal challenge, or is it,…

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Fury over MoJ proposals for weekend courts

July 9, 2020 By Article

Two weeks ago, we wrote about tentative plans to experiment with running jury-less trials in some criminal court cases to help deal with the immense backlog of criminal cases which…

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The Week in Parliament

July 9, 2020 By Article

We have, I’m afraid to say a bit of a hotch-potch of stories from Westminster, so sit back and relax as we hop all over SW1 in pursuit of the…

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Did the NHS neglect public & patient involvement in its pandemic panic?

July 3, 2020 By Consultation News

This is an important article for several reasons. Firstly, it is a brilliant critique of the sad failure to involve public and patients in the top-down lockdown. Secondly, it provides…

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Black Lives Matter demonstrations: Addressing the inequality

July 3, 2020 By Article

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 Article

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 Article

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 Article

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 Article

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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