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Originally posted on UK Constitutional Law Association:
Over a week has passed since the Supreme Court of India, in what will most commonly be described as the ‘fourth judges case’, struck down a constitutional amendment and a law enacted by Parliament seeking to reform the process of judicial appointments to the Supreme Court and High…

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Originally posted on Watts Up With That?:
Guest essay by Eric Worrall Serial failed futurist Paul Ehrlich has warned that Australia will become a third world country, if we Australians don’t abandon one of our main sources of national income. According to The Guardian; Q&A: mining will turn Australia into a third-world country, says ecologist…

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Originally posted on The History of Parliament:
The ‘Parliaments, Politics and People’ seminar has returned for the new academic year. To start things off, the History of Parliament’s own Dr Patrick Little, Senior Research Fellow in the Commons 1640-60 section, reports back on his paper ‘‘The dressing of a cucumber’: the Scottish Union Bill of…

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The living wage will certainly be to the profit of incumbent workers at the time of the wage increase but that is provided that their employer stays in business. The introduction of a living wage will result in indirect sex discrimination because of the higher job turnover rates of women. Women also have shorter average …

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Originally posted on croaking cassandra:
The Reserve Bank released a new issue of the Bulletin yesterday headed “Evaluating Monetary Policy”.   Bulletins carry the imprimatur of the Bank itself, and in this case the key messages are conveyed in quotes from Assistant Governor John McDermott in the accompanying press release.  I’m sure Graeme Wheeler himself will…

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When I pointed out yesterday that the only periods of sustained real household income growth in recent British history was under those neoliberal lapdogs Thatcher and Blair, the Twitter Left on Reddit decided rather prematurely I might say that: The prime minister rarely influences broad economic realities — like commodity prices or interest rates, or double …

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What are we going to do about this lack of diversity in Silicon Valley? http://t.co/IlSyt3ufMr pic.twitter.com/Vyvlptrun3 — Ninja Economics (@NinjaEconomics) October 5, 2015

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Another big factor in the loss of bargaining clout is, of course, the decline in #unions: http://t.co/JwVGPWOMda pic.twitter.com/M7DARCgD0P — Jared Bernstein (@econjared) October 8, 2015 The French ruling class is as lazy as their transnational co-conspirators down under. French union membership is in serious decline albeit from a low base. An opportunity lost for the …

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Originally posted on The Constitution Unit Blog:
Alan Trench discusses the Sewel convention’s application to Wales and the implications of this for the current debate about Welsh devolution. He argues that were the recently introduced draft Wales Bill to be enacted without the Assembly’s consent, it would lead to a major constitutional crisis, and that the idea of…

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