Does the National Infrastructure Commission still have teeth?

Last week, the government announced the National Infrastructure Commission would no longer have its independent status enshrined in law. Does the body still have teeth, Lee Baker asks.

by Lee Baker
Infrastructure: government has announced that NIC will be 'permanent'
Infrastructure: government has announced that NIC will be 'permanent'

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