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- For journalism there is no uniform qualification for a reporter, no uniform code of behaviour. And now journalism is losing the support of rational, intelligent, thoughtful consumers, and that is a serious threat.
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- An analysis of House of Commons voting records reveals the MPs who break ranks with their parties most often — but even the most frequent dissenters do it rarely.
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- More and more Canadian cities are thinking about protecting undocumented migrants. But what does that mean for police and federal immigration officials?