Category Archives: Personal

Nancy Pennington and Reid Hastie, the academics who developed the theory, argue that trial jurors are more likely to be persuaded by evidence if it is presented in the order of a logical story [iv] than if the same evidence is shown in random order. What’s more, the story each individual develops around the evidence […]

2nd meaningful vote

I usually avoid writing about politics. I guess this is an exception to the rule. Yesterday, the Parliament turned down the ‘amended’ deal [I do not think there were significant amendments in the first place.] Parliamentary democracy works by the people who vote for an individual amongst themselves to represent them and make decisions on […]