Green Papers are:
- discussion documents which outline the government's proposals that are not finalised.
- Each proposal has alternatives which are discussed before the best policy is chosen.
- E.g The Courts and Legal Services Act
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- usually follow a green paper.
- They outline the government's policy of implementation.
- They are issued by the government government that it relates to.
- It contains detailed proposals for legislation.
- E.g The Civil Partnerships Act
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