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Category Archives: get involved
Government ignores consultation on duty to have regard to growth
We previously alerted followers to the consultation by the UK government on imposing a duty on regulatory bodies so they would have to ‘have regard to economic growth’. We asked that people make their own responses to this consultation. The … Continue reading
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Workshop: In Place of Growth, next Saturday, 19th January.
Steady State #Manchester presents…. Still some places left Saturday 19th January, 2013: Workshop- 2-5.30pm Everything you want to know about In Place of Growth Methodist Central Hall, Oldham St., Manchester. The workshop will, which will be participatory and activity-based rather … Continue reading
If it snowed solidly for a week in #Manchester, what would you do?
Weird weather has become normal. The hottest this, the driest that, the wettest other. We’re not predicting that there will be a week of snowing in Manchester this winter. But we do reckon it would be irresponsible not to be … Continue reading
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