A serious suggestion.

Perhaps they could have an empty chair? Or what about a serious suggestion? As Chris Brooke was saying in the other place, couldn’t we borrow a Commonwealth judge? In fact we could do better than that. Either Canada or Australia could offer someone who has experience of leading an inquiry like this one. Murray Sinclair? Mick Dodson? Marcia Langton?

6 Comments on "A serious suggestion."

  1. It’s an unwritten rule of British public life than no public inquiry is allowed to produce really damaging findings unless it’s at least 30 years out from the events. The problem is that this one is subject to so much scrutiny before it starts that people are spotting even the most careful nobbling attempts.


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