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- Dee Conaghan, Trustee Board Chair, describes how Citizens Advice Westminster has responded to the challenges of maintaining service delivery in a virtual world. “This has been a period of intense change and challenge. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, like so many organisations, charities and businesses, we ceased our …
- Employment Adviser and Policy and Campaigns Coordinator, Brenda Smith describes what it has been like for her to gear up to deal with the influx of job-related enquiries arising from the Covid-19 crisis. “I was on leave in Colombia at the beginning of March so the first I heard about …
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- The Licensing Advice Project at Westminster Citizens Advice is the only service of its kind in the country. During the Covid crisis it has had to switch to virtual hearings. Project Solicitor Richard Brown describes the challenges. The Westminster Licensing Project provides advice, assistance, information and representation to residents and …