Can anyone assist with guidance or legislation on this conundrum. Our chair has a rule that copies of any minutes for confidential items are only given out at the next meeting. They are given out and each governor is given just a few minutes to read them and they are then collected up by the chair and chair asks for approval and they dissapear forever. So we can have a situation where minutes are taken at one meeting and say the next meeting is two / three months away, we are then presented with the minutes and expected to remember all that occurred accurately over that length of time and then never see them again. Our part A minutes do get sent to us a few days before the meetings. This seems terribly wrong to me and I think that it must breach some regulations surely?