scrutinise


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Synonyms for scrutinise

to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail

examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification

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Mr Roberts said: "These powers are key so people can scrutinise the government and ensure improvement in our public services.
Ron Hogg, Durham police and crime commissioner, is creating a panel to scrutinise the investigation and handling of rape and sexual abuse cases.
But Ms Baird made clear: "Your job is to scrutinise me, I meet with the chief constable and report back, there is no rule that says she has to come here.
CHECK & BALANCE Senators scrutinise legislation
By Jomar Canlas/Manila The Anti-Money Laundering Council (AMLC) will scrutinise hundreds of bank deposits belonging to Janet Lim Napoles and members of her family, several non-government organisations (NGOs) and associates of the woman who is suspected to be the mastermind of the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) allocation misuse scam.
Panels will scrutinise police reports and consider how the police deal with local issues.
The aim of the London event was to scrutinise up-and-coming ideas in the field Filming took place in Knightsbridge, with the final cut being screened at the Property Computer show awards dinner last week.
He added: "The Council's Jurist Linguists now have to scrutinise all the language versions of the agreement, before the Council authorises the signature of the FTA.
Chief executive John Tolen said: "This is an exciting opportunity for tenants to scrutinise services and have a direct impact on decisions made about their homes and those of all Venture tenants.
KPMG and Deloitte have been mandated by the IT company's new central government-appointed board to scrutinise its accounts.
However, in doing so, the education officials should not use the term scrutinise because it suggests that there will be no clear cut criteria to what are to be measured.
Daniel Kawczynski (Con Shrewsbury and Atcham) said he suspected ministers were happy because it meant MPs were busy helping the public and had less time to scrutinise the Government.
Regulators in Brussels have referred the Arla and Express merger back to the UK competition authorities to scrutinise its impact on the supply of potted cream and fresh processed milk.
THE Assembly want your views on whether the way they scrutinise the health minister is good enough.
AWELSH MP has launched a bid to give parliament the power to scrutinise and amend international trade deals as negotiators work on a multi-billion-pound agreement to tear down barriers between the markets of the United States and the European Union.