UK Liberty

Consultation

Posted in state-citizen relationship by ukliberty on February 21, 2008

The Guardian:

On entering the consultation room I saw a man – a real live member of the public – reading one of the questions, and he was frowning. “Hold on,” he said. “This asks ‘To what extent do you agree with the proposal that a third runway at Heathrow, if built, should be supported by associated passenger terminal facilities?'” He looked up, thinking hard. “But I don’t want a third runway at Heathrow,” he said.

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  1. Trust « UK Liberty said, on March 4, 2008 at 3:05 pm

    […] listening to the people, instead of (for example) pretending to have consultations where the outcome has already been […]


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