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Most recent annotations on things by Greg Knight

  • Chris Beazer: What evidence does the speaker have that pollution is increasing "because pavements have got wider and road space is being turned over to cycle lanes". He has a big problem with reasoning if he... (7 March 2017)
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  • Susan Kirby: Do we have Eistedffods in England? Do they have Morris dancers in Wales? Are either divisive? No, we can appreciate each other's traditions and still gather together under...the Union Flag. (19 May 2011)
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  • Abi Broom: Needless to say, we here at mySociety think the No10 petitions site is rather good. ;-) But yes, it would be nice to be able to petition Parliament or to petition a Department; we'll happily... (3 September 2010)
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  • Philip Collins: On the 1st January 2010, Spain introduced a complete 'No Smoking Ban' in all public buildings, on the the 2nd January 2010 this law was repealed due to all Civil Servants, MPs etc had to leave... (14 March 2010)
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  • Malcolm Langton: I entirely agree with Greg Knight. There is a substantial difference between the traffic situations in, say, Finland and Malta, and to impose the same conditions re. car lighting in both... (29 February 2008)
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  • Paula : You think we care about this anymore? England is finished - it's lost. Incidentaly is the national Britain day you've all been talking about a day of mourning? It should be. (2 July 2007)
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  • Mark Bestford: LMAO, well done Greg Knight for noticing that the amendment made absolutely no sense whatsoever. Half the problem with law (and pretty much any form of legislation) is poorly worded and... (29 June 2007)
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  • Steve Price: what nonsense (29 June 2007)
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  • Mike Hartley: This and other changes in the code are not good for cyclists. For example, they allow insurance companies to argue contributory negligence on the part of a helmetless cyclist who is injured in a... (9 March 2006)
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  • Mike Hartley: A 'minute' breach of the law- say driving at 34 mph in a 30 limit- produces a disproportionate change in risk of death to pedestrians. How does this change in risk square with a graduated... (9 March 2006)
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