Friday, 17 December 2010

Time off for good behaviour

We've come to the end of another year of Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

Thanks to all who've made a contribution to the blog this year, whether by posting a comment, communicating with us directly, or making things possible behind the scenes. We plan to be back in February with more of the same, and a few new bells and whistles to keep things interesting.

Tuesday the 21st December is the last parliamentary sitting day for the year, and various media reports have carried stories suggesting that the new state government intends to introduce and pass significant legislation on that day. Not many details yet. Depending on what develops, you may see a final (yes, really final) Legislation Watch here before Christmas.

Otherwise, happy holidays and stay safe in 2011!


Jeremy Gans said...

Thanks for blogging E & Dr M.

But is your holiday a little premature? There's quite a rush of cases today, including the Court of Appeal seeming to treat sentence indications as potentially coercive...

Dr Manhattan said...

As tantalising as that sounds, Jeremy - I'm now far, far away from my desk and won't be back for a couple of weeks. Good to hear that they'll be plenty to talk about next year.