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How would a Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit work?

How would a Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit work?

"Members should be recruited through a ‘civic lottery’. Thousands of letters would be sent out to randomly-selected people at households across the UK asking them to attend. Then a representative sample would be taken of those who register their interest, so that the final group is a microcosm of the country."

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Chief Executive of the RSA

There are growing calls for deliberative democracy to be part of the Brexit solution. Read our guide to how long a Brexit citizens' assembly would take, who would be involved, and what it would discuss.

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