change of mind

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A spokesman for the JCO said Lady Butler-Sloss sent a letter to interested parties outlining her change of mind.
If she hadn't come up with it and the boys hadn't given full support, I wouldn't have considered a change of mind.
It wasn't until 1954 that the Court had a historic change of mind.
I find it hard to believe they suddenly had a change of mind at the precise moment you were about to catch them in the act.
But parents today reacted with scepticism about the council's motivation for an apparent change of mind.