Forty Years On and a Future Agenda
Imagine the parliament of another country whose function is mainly restricted to debate of government business. Members have little formal contact with the public; there is no broadcasting or televising of proceedings (the Government has restricted radio or television coverage of debates); and the media pay little attention to its work.
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