The council is set to vote on the framework next month. Its meetings, which were streamed online while the gallery was closed and allowed people to register to ask questions, reopened last month after three months.
The court heard debate between Dickson and the council about whether the concept of a 20-minute city was part of a “United Nations Agenda”, and the plaintiff recounted a speech from former member for Kew Tim Smith decrying local councils.
Dickson is not a resident of…
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