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Ross Ferguson is back! (sort of, virtually…)

For those of you who can’t quite place the name, Ross was until recently the director of edemocracy at the Hansard Society. Amongst other things, he was responsible for the excellent digital dialogues initiative which explored online ways of engaging citizens with the democratic system (disclaimer: funded by my department, though not out of my budget or in my influence).

Unfortunately, the lure of north of the border was too much for Ross and he has returned to Scotland, now working as a senior development manager at Dog Digital. He’s also just started blogging. I look forward to reading what he has to say, and suspect we haven’t seen the last of him in Whitehall.