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    Bringing Rajapaksa back to power would be ruin of Sri Lanka

    13:58, November 17 15 0

    The dangers of a return to power of Mahinda Rajapaksa cannot be overstated. When he was president, torture in Sri Lanka was routine. Tens of thousands of civilians were killed in just a few months at the end of the civil war in 2009, in what his government cynically referred to as a “no-fire zone”. It was, as the UN later noted, a “grave assault on the entire regime of international law”.
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    ABA legal ed council sends bar-passage standard back to House of Delegates

    17:39, November 16 18 0

    Paperwork for the ABA’s House of Delegates to again consider a proposed revision of the bar passage standard for law school accreditation has been submitted, Barry Currier, director of accreditation and legal education, said Friday at a council meeting for the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
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    Whiplash bill is ruse to harm workers’ rights

    12:08, November 16 24 0

    On Tuesday of next week, the civil liability bill is expected to complete its passage through parliament. The government say that the bill will tackle a whiplash “epidemic”, but it hides a £1.3bn annual gift to the insurers, a loss to government coffers of £146m a year, and an assault on access to justice that will impact hundreds of thousands of people whose claims have nothing to do with whiplash.
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    Taking the shine off the city upon a hill: America’s decaying democracy?

    13:06, November 15 29 0

    The US did change its electoral system (Letters, 12 November). Initially, in George Washington’s time, while the winner became the president, of course, the runner-up became the vice-president; it was a win-win system of power-sharing. The first president was indeed totally opposed to the two-party system, which in his farewell address he called “a frightful despotism”. Sadly, with the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828, it was all win-or-lose: a party ticket won everything, the loser got nothing, and the former president was turning in his grave.