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Guardian editorial board policy has something in common with those of the NYT and other US publishers. That is  self-referential "journalism" respecting public notice of matters bearing significant import. That the despicable practice of omitting reference by proper name and technical access to public documents in their reportage, especial judicial opinions and legislation--bills or acts.

Women not entitled to pension age change compensation, high court rules

The coalition government of 2010 accelerated the timetable. The 2011 Pensions Act brought the new qualifying age of 65 for women forward to 2018. The qualifying age for both men and women will be raised to 66 by October 2020.
R (on the application of Julie Delve and Karen Glynn) -v- the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
Northern Ireland abortion law ruled to breach human rights
Keegan held off making a formal declaration of incompatibility because recent legislation, passed in Westminster, was due to decriminalise abortion in Northern Ireland unless the Stormont assembly was restored by 21 October.
PRESS RELEASE, Summary of judgment [Sarah Ewart v  NI Departments of Justice and Health]
NOTES TO EDITORS 1. This summary should be read together with the judgment and should not be read in isolation. Nothing said in this summary adds to or amends the judgment. The full judgment will be available on the Court Service website (www.courtsni.gov.uk)

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Thu Oct 3rd, 2019 at 04:54:31 PM EST
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