Indeed the weightily named "Negotiating Line for the Consumer Rights Directive on the Concept of Assessability for Unfairness in Consumer Contracts" could be extremely interesting and have some impact on how this Government deals with yet another power grab on the part of the EU.
So I dutifully went to the website, but lo, what have we here?
Download the consultationSo noting that on a previous page we find this,
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Government responsesSo off I fired my email,
We follow the Government Code of Practice on Consultation and aim to respond to all comments received within three months of a consultation ending. If you have any thoughts on the consultation process itself please email the Better Regulation Team.
REF : Negotiating Line for the Consumer Rights Directive on the Concept of Assessability for Unfairness in Consumer ContractsOnly to get the response,
In reference to the above consultation I note that the consultation document is itself undownloadable.
I am sure that this is just a technical glitch and was wondering if you could send me a copy?
This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.So let me get this straight, the forward of the Government's consultation code states clearly that it,
Delivery to the following recipients failed.
"is committed to effective consultation; consultation which is targeted at, and easily accessible to, those with a clear interest in the policy in question".So no access to the Consultation, and the Better Regulation Task Force having an inoperative email address complies with the code.
I think not.