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    After the yes vote, let's not remove one inequality and replace it with another

    20:17, November 21 38 0

    Ever since the yes vote, conservative members of parliament have been scrambling to amend the same-sex marriage bill. With the government’s announcement that parliament will sit in December for as long as it takes to enact the bill, the pressure is on for some kind of “deal”. New proposals appear on a daily basis, drawing on elements of Liberal senator James Paterson’s alternative marriage equality bill, which had been hastily prepared but now withdrawn.
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    Britain’s diminished role after the Brexit vote

    13:35, November 21 25 0

    In recent days the UK’s standing in the world has further diminished as the impacts of Brexit become more tangible. Earlier this week the relocation of two EU agencies currently based in London was announced. The European Medicines Agency will move to Amsterdam, while the European Banking Authority will be lost to Paris, which narrowly pipped Dublin to host this prestigious organisation (London loses EU agencies to Paris and Amsterdam in Brexit relocation, 21 November). Between them, the two agencies employ 1,150 people, as well as attracting thousands of visiting researchers and staff members to London. This is despite Brexit secretary David Davis previously voicing his hope that the agencies could remain in London, or at least form part of the negotiations. To add insult to injury, the UK will have to pay for the relocation.