In 2011, the Localism Acto proposed to transfer power from British central government to local communities, but there are few tools available to enable local decision making and involvement in the public realm.
Public consultations aim to do what they say on the tin: engage with the public. But often that tin is too shallow, and the people's voices aren't truly given the platform to be heard. So what could the future of public consultations look like instead?
The much-awaited, yet skeptically anticipated, computing curriculum has finally arrived at UK schools, firmly set on creating new generations of disruptive technology creators.