Saturday, March 25, 2017


NP:  There’s a line in politics that even the most robust majority governments cross at their peril: whenever the party in power follows a course of action that unites all its political opponents in a coalition against it, trouble is sure to ensue.
That’s exactly what is happening in the House of Commons, which is transfixed not by Wednesday’s budget, but by the government’s attempt to unilaterally change the rules of parliament.

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