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A good blog post, once again.

I find it interesting that the progress of the Bill through the Lords was relatively transparent. I could at least read the minutes of proceedings pretty much the day after. The same can't be said for the Commons, where the First Reading on the 18th January seems to have not taken place, and where minutes are impossible to come by.

And we're supposed to be afraid of the unelected Lords?

This looks ideal, if your an ex-forces NCO who likes to keep 'unofficial' records on employee's you manage that can be shared with other managers... Having suffered this with an ex-navy NCO who kept handwritten notes on me and my team, which he circulated to our head of school and other management, along with his own 'blacklists'. I can see this making things worse, especially for those of us who are Trades Union reps.

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