Holiday Bill Is Quietly Sunk

A bill to proclaim Remembrance Day a federal paid holiday has been hijacked by “procedural tricks” and is now unlikely to pass, says its sponsor. The unusual delays come four months after the Commons overwhelmingly endorsed the bill in principle by a vote of 258 to 2: “They’ll effectively kill the bill”.

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