Sian Evans, the Secretary of State, has published a statement regarding the Ram Brewery Inquiry with an apparent intention to issue a decision before next general election (due by June 2010 at latest). [*]
“Following the closure of the Inquiry, the Inspector is now preparing his report and recommendation(s) for submission to the Secretary of State for their consideration.
In accordance with Schedule 2 to the above Act, I am writing to let you know that the Secretary of State will issue their decision(s) on or before 27 May 2010.“
In any case, it could mean that we are likely to have a recommendation from the Inspector early May 2010.
Read also our article: Ram Brewery Inquiry is over: what next?
[*] That’s the usual story of the glass half full or half empty: you could think also that a general election is likely to happen before the decision.
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