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Can a member of the public ask for a copy of the agenda of a meeting please?

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Am I allowed to see agenda items at a meeting?
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The agenda for a local council meeting must be shown in a public place for at least three clear days prior to the meeting.  So there is no question that the information is available to the public.  I'm not aware of a legal right to be provided with a copy of the agenda, but most councils take the sensible path of making some spare copies of the agenda available for members of the public and forgetful councillors.
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