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The Dying Art Of Judgement: How To Follow The Rules Without Even Really Trying

Bad things happen when good people stay silent, and when politicians and public servants put process before outcome, writes Rajan Venkataraman. In November 2014, the Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives, Bronwyn Bishop, chartered a helicopter at public expense to take her to a Liberal Party function at a golf course. When the expenditure [...] The post The Dying Art Of Judgement: How To Follow The Rules Without Even Really Trying appeared first on New Matilda.
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