A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Citizens UK describes itself as "the hub of community organising in the UK." It started as London Citizens in 1996, and came to national prominence during the United Kingdom general election, 2010 when all three leaders of the UK's three largest political parties addressed a large meeting of its members in what it billed as the "fourth debate", in reference to the three TV debates. [1]
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February 2011

Cabinet Office
  • Citizen's UK met with Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society, to discuss Big Society Policy. [2]

December 2010

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
  • Citizens UK met with Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, to discuss Child detention. [5]

November 2010

Dept. for Education
Home Office
  • Citizens UK met with Damian Green, Minister of State, to discuss children in immigration detention. [4]

September 2010

Cabinet Office
  • Citizens UK met with Nick Hurd, Minister for Civil Society, for round-table discussion, along with 20 others. [6]

May 2010

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
  • London Citizens met with Nick Clegg, Deputy Prime Minister, to discuss Big Society, along with 15 others. [7]
Prime Minister's Office
  • London Citizens met with David Cameron, Prime Minister, to discuss Big Society, along with 15 others. [8]

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