Compensation culture: Inadmissible evidence - The Economist

Compensation culture: Inadmissible evidence

Compensation culture: Inadmissible evidence - The Economist
Compensation culture: Inadmissible evidence
Published Aug 28, 2004
420 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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A misguided attack on a real problem DAVID DAVIS, the shadow home secretary, probably reckoned he could not fail. Last week he assailed both European human rights law--anathema to the right-wing press--and the "compensation culture",...

  
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