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Working with individuals and communities

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Consultations - have your say

Before changing policy, the Home Office publishes consultation papers.

These set out government proposals on a particular issue and ask for responses from people and organisations with specialist knowledge in that area.  We also value responses from the general public.

The responses received help to ensure that any proposed changes to the law will have a real, practical impact.

All Home Office open consultation papers are available in the current consultations section of this website.  We welcome your views.

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