Recent Examples of position paper from the Web
June’s disastrous election forced a rethink and a series of position papers came in its wake.
But the position paper represents an effort to come to grips with a thorny issue in Brexit talks that both the U.K. and the EU have prioritized.
The position paper, released by the Department for Exiting the European Union, touts the success of scientists in the United Kingdom at winning E.U. grants.
An early draft of a British government position paper, published by The Guardian on Wednesday, typically caused a furor.
Over the summer, 10 Downing Street issued a raft of position papers — which were criticized for being written in such purposeful vagueness as to be nearly opaque.
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POSITION PAPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of position paper for English Language Learners
: a written report from an organization or government that discusses a particular issue and suggests what should be done
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