Protocol for Public Speaking at Overview and Scrutiny Committee Meetings

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Dear Cambridgeshire County Council,

Could you please release the council's Protocol for Public Speaking at Overview and Scrutiny Committee Meetings, also referred to as the Public Speaking Scheme for Overview and Scrutiny Committee Meetings

I suggest this document ought be made available online and linked from relevant committee agendas and webpages.

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Richard Taylor
Cambridge
http://www.rtaylor.co.uk

FOI, Cambridgeshire County Council

Dear Mr Taylor

Re: Freedom of Information Request ref 1557

Thank you for your email of 1 December in which you requested
information about the protocol for Public Speaking at Overview and
Scrutiny Committee Meetings.

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Jenner Clare, Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Mr Taylor,

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Freedom of Information Act 2000. Please find attached Cambridgeshire
County Council's response to your request - I hope you find this
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Clare Jenner
Cambridgeshire County Council

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Richard Taylor left an annotation ()

The key element of the response states:
"This protocol is currently still in draft. It was approved in principle on 25 November 2011, subject to some refinements, and is expected to be ready for publishing in the next few weeks. I have asked to receive a copy of the finished protocol and will send it on to you. "

Jenner Clare, Cambridgeshire County Council

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Dear Mr Taylor,

I attach the Public Speaking Protocol which was released today.

Kind regards,
Clare

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Clare Jenner
Business Support Officer
Finance Director's Office
01223-699241

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