Below is a link to updated SAGE minutes as published up to 12 Dec 2020. These may be illuminating.
Search for your favourite phrase (e.g. “actuarial”, “Cummings”, “let’s hide”) and find everywhere it is repeated. We have put together as a single document the complete SAGE Minutes as published by the government. It is bookmarked and searchable with dates shown in the index: SAGE Minutes for meetings 1 to 69. It’s 60MB so may take a minute or two to download.
NEW: For anyone researching or wanting to know more about individuals, here is a combined list of the 201 members of SAGE and the various subgroups: SAGE members published at 04 Nov 2020.
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