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Hard News 26/06/03 - New Day


HARD NEWS 26/06/03 - New Day

Drama And Democracy |Jun 26, 2003 12:35
Russell Brown's Hard News

We should have more conscience votes. The perception that our elected representatives were actually testing their own beliefs last night - and that the outcome was not the usual foregone conclusion - was bracing. So, yes, Tim Barnett's Prostitution Reform Bill will become law, after considerable drama: an extraordinary speech ...
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A Few Noncommittal Paragraphs |Jun 25, 2003 15:56 Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

Not only is it just six months until Christmas (as my beloved father-in-law ritually reminds us every June 25), but Busytot is exactly 20 months old. What an illuminating twenty months it has been. Of all the frankly disturbing tasks that arrive with parenthood – and that includes changing the …
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