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people's panel

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a group of people composed of members of the public, brought together to discuss, investigate, or decide on a particular matter
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Our People's Panel believe it is important for a couple with kids to be wed.
The consultation will be conducted through a number of methods such as surveys and people's panel sessions, together with information gathering from other local authorities and other stakeholder groups.
The new S4C People's Panel - Panel Pobl Cymru S4C - was launched at the Eisteddfod Maes by S4C's chief executive Arwel Ellis Owen.
Summary: SHARJAH -- The People's Panel, contesting for four key posts in the elections to the office of Pakistan Association Dubai (PAD) to be held on June 10, will focus on welfare activities for the needy community members, if they win the elections.
Charges for services, such as bulky waste and trade refuse disposal, Nuneaton market stalls and planning applications all rise, while less ground maintenance work and a revised refuse collection will save over pounds 200,000 and the scrapping of the Silver Surfers scheme and the People's Panel adds another pounds 47,000.
Cabinet office minister Tessa Jowell has dismissed this as a 'gimmick' but--hang on--wasn't it her former boss Tony Blair who created the equally gimmicky People's Panel just after Labour was first elected?
The Older People's Panel will scrutinise council decisions affecting the lives of senior citizens.
Indeed, we have an example on our doorstep: Birmingham City Council's People's Panel, celebrating this year its tenth birthday as one of the first - and one of the best - of its kind.
And cult 80s choccie bar Wispa was named the best sweet shop snack by the people's panel, who tested hundreds of products on behalf of Britain's consumers.
For this, we will hold a people's panel this month to consider how the nature of social security should be.
The young people's panel saw those qualities in him when they made this appointment and I am certain that in Keith we've found the right person for the job.
I was then shown the computer system the grants officers use, which showed me how applications are analysed and how the summaries are created for the Young People's Panel meetings.
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