We need to hear everyone’s voice

By Dan Corry | 16 March 2021
  • Dan Corry

Civil society can often be a pain to those who hold elected office or run public services. Charities, community groups and others rarely queue up at the town hall to congratulate the council on what they have done.

They don’t often get in touch with the local health leaders to simply offer support. And, when they get a meeting in Whitehall, they usually come with a list of things they want changed, not a list of things that they want to praise.

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