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agenda

a list of items of business scheduled for discussion at a meeting.
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Instead, Setting the Agenda, reads almost as a history of agenda-setting theory.
They will hold officers - and chief constables - to account on your behalf and they will listen to you when setting the agenda for policing in your area.
Commenting on Turkey's hosting next round of talks between P5+1 (five permanent members of the UN Security Council including the United States, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) and Iran, Crowley said the United States would be setting the agenda led by European Union (EU) High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton.
HOW pathetic is the Coalition in opposition becoming to attack the new Chief Executive through Steve Kay's letter (Wrong Visionary Setting The Agenda, 14.03.08).
The long term aim of the project is to eventually make the group 'Friends of park' style group which will see local residents looking after the area and setting the agenda.
I see this as yet another example of wealthy southerners getting priority and setting the agenda for our country.