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If you could get the UK government to do one thing to improve its openness, what would it be?

October 23rd, 2014 | by Josephine Suherman

Would you call on government to bring contractors under the Freedom of Information Act? Support and develop the UK Anti-Corruption Action Plan? Give the public a say in the future of the UK through a citizen-led Constitutional Convention? Develop an … more » – If you could get the UK government to do one thing to improve its openness, what would it be?

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Public Question Time: A briefing for party leaders

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Introduction The proposal to create space for the public to engage directly with the Prime Minister on a regular basis is very welcome – but it’s important not to get it wrong.  Providing opportunities for public engagement is not like … more » – Public Question Time: A briefing for party leaders

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