Wednesday, April 18, 2007


Venue: RSA, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ
Time: Thursday 19 April, 1-2pm

With speakers to include Sue Cameron, columnist, Financial Times, Robert Hill, former special adviser and political secretary to Tony Blair, and David Hencke, Westminster correspondent, The Guardian.

Could the current public perception of a persistent Whitehall culture of secrecy be ended by the official publication of civil service policy analysis and advice? What might be the advantages of “going public” for both the civil service and good government? Recent issues such as pensions advice and the nuclear consultation process have brought these questions very much to the fore. Join us for a challenging and topical debate.

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