From the BBC
Greenpeace has won its High Court bid to make the government rethink its programme to build a new generation of nuclear power stations.
The basis for this is that the public consultation was not full and fair
“There could be no proper consultation, let alone the fullest consultation, if the substance of these two issues was not consulted on before a decision was made,” said the judge.
“There was therefore procedural unfairness and a breach of Greenpeace’s legitimate expectation that there would be the fullest consultation before a decision was taken.”
Could we do the same for the ID cards consultation? You know, the one where the government ignored 5000 responses against it and reported that a majority were in favour.