Ted’s still firing on law and order

It is clearly hard to get out of that election mode when posturing about tough on law and order is seen by politicians as a pre-requisite for success.

Richard Farmer

Crikey political commentator

It's OK, Ted, the election's over. It is clearly hard to get out of that election mode when posturing about tough on law and order is seen by politicians as a pre-requisite for success. Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu succumbed to the invitation yesterday to add some meat to the tabloid Herald Sun report of an assault on an elderly man.

6-12-2010 heraldsunviolence

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  1. Mark Duffett

    …the movement to hold schools and educators more accountable for student achievement…

    Ye gods. How about a movement to hold students more accountable for student achievement?

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