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Sark

A project focused upon the opportunities to share support services and other non-frontline medical services (e.g., pathology), and rationalise estates across the four Outer South East London Trusts (BHT, QEH, QMS and University Hospital Lewisham).
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Right after buying Brecqhou, the Barclays waged a public campaign against Sark's feudal government, noting that by guaranteeing its unelected landholders a place in the Chief Pleas, Sark was violating European Union human rights standards.
The presiding officer of the Chief Pleas, Lieutenant Colonel Reginald Guille, the Seneschal of Sark, said the changes would help bring the island's judiciary and government in line with the 21st century.
The Chief Pleas, at present made up of up to 40 landowners or tenants, and 12 elected deputies, decided in favour of the suffrage element of the new law, which will be sent for Royal Assent.
Sark's governing body, called the Chief Pleas, is due to consider a Reform Law today.

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