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- David Allen 30th Jun - 3:15pm
TCO: I doubt whether any of the parties offered the poor Greeks the chance to vote for a serious onslaught on tax evasion. Yes, Syriza...
- Nick Thornsby 30th Jun - 3:12pm
Sorry, Malcolm - no, the latter part of my comment wasn't aimed in your direction. I'm not so sure re tuition fees. It's obviously impossible...
- Malcolm Todd 30th Jun - 2:57pm
Agreed, Phyllis. Perhaps "resign" could become a word that triggers the auto-m*der*t*r!
- Malcolm Todd 30th Jun - 2:55pm
Nick Thornsby Not sure if your whole comment was directed to me, but I'm not arguing that the veto is inherently democratic, just the implied...
- Roger Lake 30th Jun - 2:54pm
31. 9.12 Good on yer, Steve. I'm pleased to think I may have sparked an interesting debate -- one that I hope will continue in...
- Roger Lake 30th Jun - 2:51pm
27. 2.07 Important questions about Labour, indeed. I think they might do, after more reflection than they've shown so far. They have respected elders who...