Details of request “Response to the 2017 and 2014 UUK USS valuation consultations

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
2755039  sent  2018-02-20 18:14:26 +0000  waiting_response  2018-02-20 18:14:26 +0000  waiting_response  outgoing  
2849740  overdue  2018-03-22 00:00:00 +0000         
2861024  response  2018-03-26 16:16:25 +0100    2019-02-26 19:16:53 +0000  not_held  incoming  
3247442  edit  2018-06-27 03:45:36 +0100         
3247443  edit  2018-06-27 03:45:36 +0100         
3247444  edit  2018-06-27 03:45:36 +0100         
4142471  status_update  2019-02-26 19:16:33 +0000  rejected  2019-02-26 19:16:33 +0000  rejected   
4142472  status_update  2019-02-26 19:16:53 +0000  not_held  2019-02-26 19:16:53 +0000  not_held   
6365488  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365489  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365490  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365491  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365492  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365493  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365494  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         
6365495  edit  2020-02-27 03:48:49 +0000         

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