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William Sieghart To Chair Panel To Produce Independent Report On England's Public Library Service

Posted at 10:46AM Saturday 08 Feb 2014

An independent report on the public library service in England has been commissioned from philanthropist, entrepreneur and publisher William Sieghart by Culture Minister Ed Vaizey and Local Government Minister Brandon Lewis.

Members of the panel include Stephen Page, chief executive of publisher Faber & Faber; former chairman of Channel 4 Television Luke Johnson; British Library chief executive Roly Keating; and Caroline Michel, chief executive of literary agency Peters Fraser & Dunlop.

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OH NO! ANOTHER TIME-WASTING INQUIRY! (librarycampaign.com)

Independent Panel calls for evidence to inform report on public libraries.




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