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      Senator Jacqui Lambie explaining her equivocation on the Medevac legislation, while the government pressures her into voting to repeal the refugee medical transfer law. November 24, 2019 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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      Spilling the beans ... Official Secrets ... Whistleblowing at its finest ... The right to know about the invasion of Iraq and its illegality ... Coalition of the Willing and the missing weapons of mass destruction ... The GCHQ operative who got a memo from the NSA into the hands of The Observer ... Miss Lumière enjoys a high-minded leak ... Read more ... 


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      The ambivilance of friendship ... Michael Kirby's monarchist mates rarely lent a hand to help him during the great crises of his life ... Tony Abbott was a royalist chum, but did nothing to stop Heffernan's onslaught ... Gleeson and Gaudron shouting match ... Review of Michael Kirby: Paradoxes and Principles ... Read more ... 


       

       

      Tuesday
      Dec032019

      Bulletin from the Bureau de Spank

      Department of Wet Lettuce ... Barrister lightly birched for overcharging ... Unsettling fee collection methods ... Fee refund ... And that old hearing aid case resurfaces ... Janek Drevikovsky reports 

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      Monday
      Dec022019

      Try not to plead guilty

      The Map ... Glacial development of new justice measures for Van Diemen's Land ... The slow gestation of Magistrates Court reforms ... Defendants no longer required to stump-up fees to see the prosecution's evidence ... Ancient rites and rituals of Tasmanian police ... Reforms that should make proceedings less efficient ... Greg Barns comments 

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      Thursday
      Nov282019

      The triumph of tribal epistemology

      Roger Fitch examines where Congress is heading with its impeachment investigation ... Factoids and the Republican defence ... Picking-up where Mueller left off ... The impeachable provision of bribery ... False equivalence narratives from the media ... New distractions from Bill Barr ... And Trump sanctions war crimes 

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      Wednesday
      Nov272019

      Spilling the beans

      Official Secrets ... Whistleblowing at its finest ... The GCHQ operative who got a memo from the NSA into the hands of The Observer ... The right to know about the invasion of Iraq and its illegality ... Coalition of the Willing and the missing weapons of mass destruction ... Miss Lumière enjoys a high-minded leak in the public interest 

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      Tuesday
      Nov262019

      Stop the presses - the WCC has made a decision ... QCs and the crown's work ... Taxi! ... Invalid disciplinary cases validated ... Public purpose fund raided ... Tasmanian judge tongue-lashes Sydney lawyer ... Theodora sniffs around the traps 

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      Friday
      Nov222019

      Western ways

      Mores of the Perth bar ... Founding father Francis (Red) Burt ... Fewer airs and graces ... Different traditions out west ... Distain for FIFO barristers ... Faux pas of easterners ... Lecturing the locals on the law ... Slithering out of court early ... Groper on cicada impressions  

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      Monday
      Nov182019

      Market saturation for Queenies

      Yarraside bar 'n' grill ... The brave and confident few who have withstood the stampede to queens counsel ... Difficulty shaking off colonial branding ... The petty rush for status ... Statistics since 2015 ... No hard evidence that QCs do better than SCs ... Alan Zheng combs through the data 

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      Friday
      Nov152019

      Silk presses complaint to Watch Poodle 

      Sydney silk says articles in The Australian about ICAC reflect adversely on him ... Complaint to Australian Press Council ... Incorrect assertions ... Failure to check ... Bias ... Puzzling claims that findings of corrupt conduct have been overturned ... "Exoneration" that doesn't exist ... Zealotry 

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      Tuesday
      Nov122019

      The small stuff of words

      Pedro Almodóvar and Antonio Banderas at their peak ... Pain and Glory reviewed by Miss Lumière ... Life, loves, memories, and loss ... An artist's reckoning of a life lived 

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