[BLML] Do Alert rules need to change ? [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

richard.hills at immi.gov.au richard.hills at immi.gov.au
Mon Mar 19 01:03:45 CET 2012


W.S. Gilbert, Iolanthe (1882):

When in that House M.P.’s divide,
If they’ve a brain and cerebellum, too,
They’ve got to leave that brain outside,
And vote just as their leaders tell ’em to.

Nigel Guthrie:

[snip]
>Several times, in this discussion group,
>I've suggested (what I think is)

W.S. Gilbert, Iolanthe (1882):

But then the prospect of a lot
Of dull M. P.’s in close proximity,
All thinking for themselves, is what
No man can face with equanimity.

Nigel Guthrie:

>a childishly simple solution that would
>improve disclosure, reduce unauthorised
>information, speed the game up, and
>employ just one set of disclosure laws
>that all jurisdiction can use.

WBF Laws Committee minutes, 2008:

Mr Gignoux would have liked screen
regulations to have been incorporated into
the laws, and it is known some would like
to see the alert procedure there also. The
Chairman felt it would be a long time before
these moves came about.

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