Catching excerpts of the marathon debate on foreign manpower policies, I was reminded of what it was like in the early 2000s covering parliamentary sessions.
MPs would rise to their feet repeating the woes of citizens over excessive immigration and crowded public spaces. And the minister in charge would rise in turn to take aim at the arguments and shoot them down, methodically and firmly, if politely.
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