Retro Visions of Future Cars

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Sometimes we can predict the future accurately, and sometimes we’re way off. But the imagination and bold vision matters, and it’s great to see these artists making huge leaps of faith, in terms of what they imagined cars of the future to look like.

The 1950s were a time of confidence and big dreams. Here are some exceptionally bold visions of what people thought motoring/traveling in the future would be like. Via DarkRoastedBlend:

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The “Journalism Exemption” in the Data Protection Act: Part 2, Some Practicalities – Hugh Tomlinson QC

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In Part 1 of this post I argued that the mandatory conditions for the application of the “journalism exemption” in section 32 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (“the DPA”) are strict and required careful case by case consideration.  In this post I will consider some practical consequences of this analysis.

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Let Writing Be Your Superpower

The Return of the Modern Philosopher

writing, superpowers, superheroes, The Flash, Supergirl, surviving the work day, humor, Modern PhilosopherWatching a double feature of Supergirl and The Flash on my DVR the other night, Modern Philosophers, made me wish for two things:

That a woman like Melissa Benoist, aka Supergirl, would wander in my life.

That I had my very own superpower.

Let’s face it, life would be much more fun and easier to navigate if I had super speed, the ability to fly, or at the very least, the power to read minds.  I might get a date once in a while if I knew what women were thinking.

After forming many Deep Thoughts on this, and accepting that all the Melissa Benoist types in Maine were already taken, I turned my focus to the superpower issue.

When I was about to give up on this one, too, it finally occurred to me that I already had an ability that was the closest thing a goofy, toga wearing…

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Alison Young: Efficiency v Equality

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Administrative Law in the Common Law World

Judicial review is essential component of the rule of law. When governmental officials act beyond the scope of their powers, or harm rights, individuals can go to court and receive an appropriate remedy. Justice, however, is not cheap; especially in the United Kingdom. However, if judicial review provides you with an appropriate remedy, you may be willing to pay the price, the remedy outweighing the costs. Your decision to go to court is even more likely if you can obtain an order to cap costs, or find a public interest organisation willing to champion your case. The connection between costs, remedies and standing – determining access to justice – and the rule of law are well known. This is why the reforms found in Part IV of the UK’s Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 were subject to widespread criticism, before and after its enactment.

This short blog post…

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U.K.’s Theresa May to Set Historic Brexit Process in Motion

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Prime minister’s notification will open a two-year window for negotiations to extricate Britain from the EU

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Sir Tim Barrow has the responsibility of handing Theresa May’s letter overCREDIT: YVES HERMAN /REUTERS

LONDON—The U.K. on Wednesday is set to make official its planned exit from the European Union, starting on an unprecedented path to reshape its relationship with its closest allies in some of the most complex negotiations the country has ever undertaken.

Nine months after Britain voted to leave the EU, Tim Barrow, Britain’s ambassador to the bloc, is expected to hand deliver a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk formally notifying the bloc that the U.K. will be the first country ever to leave.

The triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which governs EU law, will open a two-year window for…

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. A Maryland measure that would direct state funds to continue family planning services provided by Planned Parenthood has been approved by the legislature – @AceNewsServices

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#AceNewsReport – Mar.29: The Senate voted 32-15 for a bill that already has cleared the House CBS local reported on Tuesday..

AP reported Maryland Senate Passes Planned Parenthood Funding Bill The bill would direct $2 million in the state’s Medicaid budget to family planning services provided by Planned Parenthood, as well as another $700,000 from the state’s general fund, if funding were cut by the federal government.

Supporters submitted the legislation out of concern that Republicans in Congress would cut such funding in the GOP health care bill that was pulled last week. Democratic lawmakers are moving forward with the bill in case the funds are jeopardized in the future.

Planned Parenthood has 10 health centers in Maryland.

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