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This was the question in an important Judicial Review last week concerning a London Borough. No doubt all the options were viable when the consultation began. But was it lawful…Read more
People speculate about Donald Rumsfeld’s often-quoted reference to known unknowns and unknown unknowns. According to Wikipedia, the latter term was first used in a D.H.Lawrence poem. Despite this, few people…Read more
Within hours of the poignant celebrations in Liverpool as the Hillsborough families marked the Inquest verdict, and called for ‘Justice’, the Chief Constable of South Yorkshire Police was suspended. This…Read more
The National Audit Office (NAO) produced an important Report last week – assessing the progress made on English devolution. It highlights the fact that the DCLG’s Cities and Local Growth…Read more
Getting ready to deliver an Executive Briefing tomorrow, we have today finished our line-by-line look at the new 2015 version of this important Guide – it matters to many of…Read more
How the DWP got it wrong – One of the causes of Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation was a flawed public consultation by the Department of Work and Pensions
Whilst political journalists and commentators of every hue enjoy pouring over the entrails of the weekend’s dramatic political developments, this Tuesday Topic looks at just one specialist aspect of the…Read more
Brussels consults … yes it does! – Many will be surprised by the range and quality of EU consultations – and their relevance.
Hands up everyone. Who among you has EVER responded to a European Union consultation? As the Referendum debate rages, a familiar, oft-repeated allegation is that European institutions remain remote and…Read more