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Updated: 2018-04-12T19:35:51.202+01:00

 



This whole six months thing popping out of nowhere...

2008-06-20T12:51:00.000+01:00

This whole six months thing popping out of nowhere is incredibly worrying. I did some research on this a couple of weeks ago, and the first private members bill was for two years, in line with Scotland. Then, as you say, when it moved to the Equalities bill, it appeared to be down to 12 months. Now, it appears to be six months.

Six months is not just useless, it's a step backward.



I've left a comment on the Leader of the Commons' ...

2008-06-20T10:34:00.000+01:00

I've left a comment on the Leader of the Commons' site. I hope they do consult on this specific issue.

Makes me wonder if a mum will have to take her ID to a pub to prove she's old enough to buy alcohol for her mates, and a birth certificate to prove her child is young enough to have a drink in peace too.