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Pickles progress must now be brought to account

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    Mark Brinkley

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    The dropping of consequential improvements seems to me to be a clear case of political interference from other quarters. We still don’t know the full story behind the Mail’s Conservatory Tax campaign — i.e. whether the story came from the Mail itself or was fed to them from disruptive elements within Westminster. Would a judicial review make it any clearer?

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    Andrew Warren

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    thank you for taking the time to respond. Would any judicial review of the decision by Eric Pickles to reverse his position regarding consequential improvements reveal why the Daily Mail ran that campaign of lies ? The answer is nobody will ever know if nobody bothers to challenge this decision.

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    Mark Brinkley

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    Having written extensively on this story when it happened last Easter, I’d be more than happy to carry investigating and try and get to the bottom of it. If I can be of assistance, let me know.

    Mark

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