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The Court Of Appeals: Why I’m Voting “Yes”

Short and sweet. Some might be a bit suspicious of a government measure that has such a wholesale lack of opposition as this, but it seems as if the proposed Court of Appeals really is just that unobjectionable. A method … Continue reading

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The Children’s Rights Referendum: Aftermath

When I decided I was going to write something about the last few days of the Children’s Rights Referendum, the vote itself and what it all I meant, I could have had no inkling on the storm that would overtake … Continue reading

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The Children’s Rights Referendum: A Government Balls-Up

It has been a long accepted thing, that “neutral” leaflets from a government are anything but. I spoke about this issue briefly, in the aftermath of the Fiscal Compact referendum. The “neutral” information given out by the referendum commission for … Continue reading

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Bye, Bye, Bye Election?

This is just getting embarrassing. We all know why the government isn’t pushing for the bye-election to take place. We all know why the Referendum on Children’s Rights isn’t going ahead. The High Court has gone as far as it … Continue reading

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