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Black Lives Matter: Museum ignores wishes of public consultation and keeps Slave Trader Statue

July 31, 2020 Consultation News

A museum in east London has decide to go against the wishes of a public consultation it commissioned and retain the statue of a controversial slave trader above its doors.…

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Council’s Covid-19 recovery plan to introduce temporary bus gates attracts criticism

July 31, 2020 Consultation News

The public are being asked for their views on plans to introduce two new bus-only lanes in Oxford city centre. The plans have attracted criticism from the Oxford High Street…

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Legal challenge launched against UK Government green recovery plans

July 31, 2020 Consultation News

Climate campaigners have launched a formal legal challenge against the government’s green recovery plans, claiming they are inadequate and “clearly unlawful” in light of the UK’s obligations to reduce emissions.…

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Dealing with online conflict

July 30, 2020 Article

The success of online dialogues will largely be determined by the quality of the participation achieved and the diversity of viewpoints presented over the course of the exercise.  A key…

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Why should I do Law of Consultation Online? I have already attended the traditional course…

July 30, 2020 By Article

This is certainly not an unreasonable question. Over 1,000 people have attended the Institute’s unique course on the Law of Consultation since 2012 – some of them more than once.…

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The Week in Parliament

July 30, 2020 By Article

I said that last week was the last week before the summer Parliamentary recess. So you might be surprised to see me back this week. Whilst events in the Commons…

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An integrated health and social care system?

July 30, 2020 By Article

This week the Guardian revealed proposals from the Government to move social care functions under the control of the NHS. Social care reform has been a perpetual item on the…

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A consultation that’s out of this world

July 30, 2020 By Article

Governments consult on an enormous range of things, over a wide geographical scope- now it seems they are thinking even bigger. In 2018, the new Space Industry Act received Royal…

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Pontypridd schools and sixth forms given reprieve as High Court rules against council’s closure plans

July 30, 2020 Consultation News

Schools and sixth forms in Pontypridd have been saved from closure – for now at least – after a “landmark” legal judgement. Local campaigners won a High Court challenge over…

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