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Fare evasion: taxis and turpitude

Nick Rogers reported here  on the Court of Appeal’s decision on 19 July in Beaumont ‎and O’Neill v Ferrer. The claimants, teenagers at the time of the accident, failed on the grounds that their hopping out of a moving taxi in order to evade the ten pound fare was the cause of their injuries.  843 more words


Lorraine Kerr

Title: President
Company:  New Zealand School Trustees Association
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Notable Member 49 more words


Private Members’ Bills: “present procedures are misleading to the general public”

Oh how times have changed. Half a century ago, legislative change initiated by Private Members’ Bills had a profound impact across British society, such as, for example: the… 610 more words


Resigned to leaving?

David Cameron announced his resignation this morning, albeit postponed, following the vote by a majority of some four per cent of the UK electorate in favour of the UK leaving the EU. 464 more words


Garth W. Eisenbeis

Over a 13-year career in California’s political arena, Garth Eisenbeis has served as chief of staff to several state senators, advising on policy, strategy and various aspects of the legislative process. 51 more words


June 6/16: Education Policy&Directions

The Record Off The Record

The Record Off The Record is  my personal record of and  commentary on SD61 Board and  Standing Committee meetings. Official, approved  minutes are on the… 3,303 more words

CTI-SEA farmer cooperator to share experience with climate-smart rice in ADB's food security forum

CTI-SEA farmer cooperator Reynaldo San Jose of Taytay, Palawan will be sharing his experiences in pilot-testing climate-smart rice varieties in the upcoming Food Security Forum… 351 more words