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Pandemic paradoxes

Emotion trumps reason when governments make policies

16 January 2021

9:00 AM

16 January 2021

9:00 AM

I t is tragic fact that there is not a single, identifiable free speech partisan in Team Morrison’s Cabinet. In practical terms they have done nothing to help free speech in our universities — and no, it’s useless appointing another ‘great and good person’ to review how things stand (I could tell them in two minutes) and what policy statements and procedures might need to be adopted by our left-wing-dominated universities, and then have this person write yet another report of dubious worth that will gather dust.

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