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Alliance's Maire Hendron said: "Belfast City Hall's equality impact assessment highlights clear equality risks in changing how the Union flag flies at the Cenotaph.
The service will become elitist, catering only for those who could or wish to afford tuition," he wrote in an Equality Impact Assessment completed in January.
The Western Mail obtained equality impact assessments carried out by Cardiff council managers into some of the more than PS22m-worth of cuts agreed last month.
This is an important part of the consultation process, as is the Equality Impact Assessment to be carried out which will help us understand the overall impact on the community of the proposals.
The Ministry of Justice's own equality impact assessment has acknowledged that they will be predominantly women, black and minority ethnic people, and ill and disabled people.
Members study an equality impact assessment which covers wheelchair access for the jetty.
An Equality Impact Assessment has been prepared to ensure that these changes have no adverse impact on any particular group and will be available on www.
She said an equality impact assessment would be undertaken into the new jetty.