Martin Doyle cartoon Member of the Commas Party
Martin Doyle cartoon Member of the Commas
Considering that the New Zealand
Parliament and New Zealand legislation use Oxford English
(and Oxford Commas) it's bizarre that our Attorney-General
Chris Finlayson is undermining their use. If the departments
for which he has responsibility cease using Oxford commas
then they run the risk of misquoting/misunderstanding the
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The Key government has already kicked off the political year on a stridently ideological note, with Environment Minister Nick Smith choosing to lay all manner of sins at the door of the Resource Management Act.
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