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Unravelling Lansley:- Will it affect public and patient engagement?

February 8, 2021 By Article

The weekend speculation is that the Government will legislate to re-organise the NHS in England over the coming months. An inspired leak has allowed Ministers to test public reactions, and…

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The Week in Parliament

February 5, 2021 By Article

Online political debate in the UK this week has not so much revolved around parliamentary affairs, but rather about the goings on of a small Parish Council in Cheshire, the…

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New HS2 consultation- are the Government unfairly limiting responses?

February 5, 2021 By Article

We saw an interesting complaint raised in the Commons this week about the High Speed Rail (West Midlands-Crewe) Bill, which we have seen (and commented on) before. The amendment that…

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Aviation industry calls for further consultation over hotel quarantine measures

February 5, 2021

tCI Comment Plans for preventative quarantine measures at UK borders have provided much concern to those working in the aviation sector. Already battered by coronavirus travel-bans, airlines are concerned that…

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Consultation on medical devices and medicines guidance launches

February 5, 2021

tCI Comment One of the pieces of legislation we’ve been closely following recently is the Medicines and Medical Devices Bill, currently undergoing its final stages in Parliament. The Bill looks…

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Rural healthcare consultation could lead to closure of long-under threat care home

February 5, 2021

The future use of Strathendrick Care Home is among the issues up for debate in a public consultation on rural Stirling healthcare. Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership…

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Disabled people and cyclists oppose King’s Parade barrier in Cambridge

February 5, 2021 Consultation News

The anti-terror barrier in King’s Parade in Cambridge is dissuading disabled people from accessing the city centre and is opposed by 70 per cent of cyclists, a public consultation has…

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Police vehicles used to transport people detained for mental health reasons in Dorset

February 4, 2021 Consultation News

Dorset Police used a police vehicle to transport people detained for mental health reasons to safety on hundreds of occasions last year – despite official rules advising against it. The…

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Anti oil drilling campaigners call for extension to consultation

February 4, 2021 Consultation News

Campaigners working to oppose plans to drill for oil west of Arreton are calling on the council to extend the public consultation period on revised plans submitted by Oil Company…

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