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The best way to save money on the tribunals would to broadcast their proceedings live on TV, radio or the Internet. If the Internet option is used for streaming audio and or video, there would be no problems about dislocating other programming or frequencies. The cost should be more than offset by the resultant time savings.

I'm sure that televising the DIRT enquiry and the UK's Hutton enquiry helped concentrate minds, improve memories and speed up the information gathering. Taxpayers should be allowed assess for themselves, without having to go to the Castle, when witnesses were truthful, competent and helpful or lying, forgetful, waffling and making complete fools of themselves.

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This page contains a single entry by Brian published on December 4, 2007 6:10 PM.

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