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- Eric Pickles Opens Town Hall Doors to Local BloggersLast week Eric Pickles announced a new bill to open up council meetings to local bloggers and citizen journalists. TweetyHall member Cllr Stephen Canning gives us his take on the news. Social media, transparency and openness are words which all risk being big ideas without big actions. Hopefully a clear message from central government will not [...] […]
- Clevedon Ban: The StoryClevedon Town Councillor Jane Geldart explains what led the council to ban all outside communication at its meetings. […]
- Eric Pickles Opens Town Hall Doors to Local Bloggers
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Case study: Connecting Coventry The Connecting Communities programme, funded by the Local Leadership centre was established to help tackle issues such as rising unemployment, worries...
Lessons from election 2010: local politics and social media Ahead of 6 May 2010, there was great anticipation in media circles about the prospect of the first digital election,...
Welcome to the councillors’ guide to social media Welcome to our new site. We hope it will provide you with all you need to get more involved in...
Ahead of 6 May 2010, there was great anticipation in media circles about the prospect of the first digital election, [...]
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