The Department of Health have just published a summary of responses to their consultation on proposed duty of co-operation regulations.
While the summary document is always worth reading for useful stories (who’s objecting to what), leads and potential contacts, it can also provide a springboard to dig a little further.
For example, a search for “consultation proposed duty of co-operation regulations filetype:pdf” brings up a number of those responses in full – which might include points that have not been covered before.
If you find anything, or have other techniques for finding stories in consultation responses, let us know.
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