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Some Notions About Motions

The Daily Telegraph’s Gordon Rayner included a real howler in his article about the DUP’s rebellion in the Commons last week:

“Because the motions have been tabled by the Opposition they are not legally binding…” 388 more words

British Parliament

Suspension of Standing orders and Quorums: A look into Political Skullduggery

In Parliament today the Labor Party moved for another suspension of standing orders, the 8th straight Question time interrupted by a call to Suspend Standing Orders. 1,166 more words

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Electing Club Officers

Ahhhh…officer elections. I’ve seen some good ones. I’ve seen some bad ones. And I’ve seen some that I’m saving for my personal memoir. What I really like to see however, are correct ones. 307 more words

Club Development

Elections That End Well

Ahhhh…officer elections.  I’ve seen some good ones.  I’ve seen some bad ones.  And I’ve seen some that I’m saving for my personal memoir.  What I really like to see however, are correct ones. 372 more words

Volunteer Development

Taking Care of Business #10: Stop- Hammer Time!

I have a fondness for 90s rap.  I can’t help it, I just do.  I am unabashedly fond of Vanilla Ice, M.C. Hammer, and a variety of related and unfortunate fashion trends. 250 more words

Club Development

Taking Care of Business #7: Adjournment

Every good thing must come to an end, and a meeting is no exception.

A motion to adjourn a meeting:

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