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This ebook describes the character of those adjustments and identifies the responsibility gaps that have necessarily spread out within the absence of a written structure or a thought of Administrative approach Act. 

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Op cit, MAB, fn 22, p 487. Op cit, Ernst and Young, fn 4, p 18. 66 The Citizen’s Charter has always had more rhetoric than reality in its claims to involve citizens in the quality of public services, but even here there appears to have been a change of heart with its imminent relaunch seeming to take on board the need for a more bottomup approach. 68 The more advanced practitioners of NPM have seen the future. 69 It is no longer possible, if indeed it ever was, to regard delivering on policy outcomes as a simple mechanical process.

It is widely accepted that there is a long way 65 66 67 68 69 See op cit, Davis, fn 3. See, especially, DE Press Notice on the revised European Union EIA Directive, 310/Env, July 1997. See Press Notices OFTEL 49/97 and OFWAT ONCC 5/97. DTI Press Notice 97/429. Op cit, SSC, fn 48. 39 Law and Governance: The Old Meets the New to go in securing these new objectives. There is considerable evidence that inputs are used more efficiently than formerly and that there is a greater concentration on agreed outputs than there used to be.

Policy roles remain vital, of course, but even these have not been untouched by the thrust of NPM. All this represents both a response to modernity and a way of seeking to direct it. In such times, the direction of the polity needs close re-examination. There is, as will be argued, considerable potential for democratic deficits in the new forms of governance. Furthermore, government/governance both defeats effective co-ordination by the centre and grows undirected and by accretion. 13 However, it has to be doubted whether managerialism means a sharp break with the past, since there are substantial continuities.

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