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Carrie Lam’s Land Supply Task Force won’t really represent the public’s views on housing policies or land reclamation
Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced that a 30-member committee will be formed to investigate on issues of land supply and hopefully deliver a solution for the government.
We live in uncertain times, with governments and systems collapsing as in Venezuela, nationalistic sentiments on the rise, and despots threatening nuclear warfare.
Going back to school after an amazing summer can be hard and, like many others, I have mixed feelings about starting my last year of secondary school.
A few years ago, loads of people online were talking about a video they’d seen of what chicken McNuggets were supposedly made from.
In its latest blunder, the Trump administration has decided to turn its prosecutors against universities that run affirmative action admissions policies designed to support minority groups.
Early minimum wage laws were designed to provide the industrial workforce with a degree of economic protection. By the end of the twentieth century, a majority of countries had some form of wage law.
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Each week, two of our readers debate a hot topic in a parliamentary-style debate that doesn’t necessarily reflect their personal viewpoint. This week’s topic is ...
Let me set the stage: Law is a black-and-white world where there are two sides: one must win and the other must lose; it’s fast-thinking, fast-talking and governed by rationality and logic.
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