@mfe_news got a bit stroppy about the tweeting of OIA requests. Wants to be hip, modern and social media savvy but not work any harder on statutory compliance

@NZTreasury give me this report but refused release under section 9 (2) (f) (iv) of the Official Information Act to @TaxpayersUnion! Why?

Why Are Some Companies Efficient While Others Are Not?

So @jamespeshaw @mfe_news haven’t got a clue what good the #ZeroCarbonBill will do

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No Prorogation: The 2nd Longest Parliamentary Sessions in Canada and the United Kingdom

James Bowden's Blog

Introduction

The 42nd Parliament of Canada and the 57th Parliament of the United Kingdom have something in common: both of these current parliaments (as of 9 June 2019) are still on their first sessions. In Canada, no one but me and perhaps 20 other pedantic nerds toiling in obscurity have even noticed that the 1st session of the 42nd Parliament started on 3 December 2015 and will end on 21 June 2019. For the first time in the history of Dominion and Province of Canada (1841-present), a majority parliament will have lived out its entire life on one session alone. When this 1st session of the 42nd Parliament ends on 21 June 2019, it will have sat for 1,297 days. However, the 1st session of the 32nd Parliament will still hold the record of longest single session, living for 1,335 days from 14…

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