Ian Kennedy, oversight and accountability in the 1980s
. See also Foucault, The Birth of
Biopolitics, pp. 225–6.
146 Kennedy, The Unmasking of Medicine, p. 115.
147 Ibid, p. 118.
148 Ibid p. 119.
149 Ibid, p. 129.
150 Ian Kennedy, ‘The Patient on the Clapham Omnibus’, Modern Law
Review, Vol. 47, no. 4 (1984) pp. 454–71 (p. 468).
151 R. B. Welbourne, ‘The View of an Editor of The Journal of Medical
Ethics’, in ‘Report of a Conference on the Teaching of Medical Ethics,
held on Thursday 16 February 1984’ (General Medical Council)
pp. 18–20 (p. 20). National Archives FD7/3268. This talk was
reprinted as R. B
a documentary film for the BBC
Omnibus series. It was directed by Roger Michell and was based on
a book which I wrote, Michael Redgrave: My Father . Preparing for
that film we had to watch a very large number of Michael’s films,
many of which I had never seen before. His film career for me was to a
large extent his biography. I watched his entire life unfolding through
his film performances and I
Security Strategy (NSS) and National Defense Strategy (NDS). 11 However, they were implemented along with concurrent high-level negotiations with China to reach a compromise over trade and other economic differences. 12
There was considerable domestic support, notably in Congress, for the new President’s security plans which were generally in line with the priorities of Republican congressional leaders stressing the need to reinforce the American military presence in the region. The omnibus spending bill signed by the President in March 2018 included the first
links them by proximity of time and
place and, on a deeper level, by metaphor. She records, for example,
Clarissa’s mind as she watches the omnibuses in Piccadilly and thinks
about her own early aﬀair with Peter Walsh:
somehow in the streets of London, on the ebb and ﬂow of things, here, there,
she survived, Peter survived, lived in each other, she being part, she was positive, of the trees at home; of the house there, ugly, rambling all to bits and
pieces as it was; part of people she knew best, who lifted her on their
branches as she had seen the trees lift the mist
Science, activism, and policy concerning chemicals in our
Phil Brown, Vanessa De La Rosa, and Alissa Cordner
PFAS, conducting additional water testing,
placing restrictions on the emissions of local industries after discoveries of local
contamination, and developing drinking water guidelines for additional PFAS
(New Jersey Drinking Water Quality Institute 2015; Hagerty 2018). Current
and former military sites are installing carbon-activated filtration systems and/
or providing alternative water sources. Following an appropriation in the omnibus 2018 Defense Authorization Bill, the Agency for Toxic Substances and
Disease Registry, a part of the Centers for Disease Control
's advice never to walk if you could ride was aimed at social and political success and survival, not at weight reduction or health. The development of the railways and later of the public tram and omnibus created a society in which riding rather than walking was not something necessarily and obviously enjoyed only by a few, or by small numbers, of the privileged in an expensive carriage, but was, as the title omnibus indicated, a possibility if not for all then for large sections of the population. The device of retaining hierarchy within mass transport by the division
obiicit, ex quibus se iudicant fecisse quod per phantasma viderunt, neque propter ista
possunt tales personae manifeste illorum facinorum argui neque pactum cum daemone
habuisse tacite vel occulte depraehendi.” Ibid., 39.
66 “[Hoc replicatur quod tales homines vel mulieres dicunt, se talia mala supradicta
fecisse, que realiter euenerunt per pulueres, liquores, pilos, ungues, rubetas, vel per
simulacra quae apud illos reposita inueniuntur. Ex omnibus istis supradictis pure confitentur se fecisse mala, super quibus interrogati sunt testes asserentes hoc
Hannah Jones, Yasmin Gunaratnam, Gargi Bhattacharyya, William Davies, Sukhwant Dhaliwal, Emma Jackson, and Roiyah Saltus
13 focus groups with 67 people (including new migrants, long-settled
migrants, ethnic minority and white British citizens) 24 one-to-one interviews with local activists interviews with eight national policy-makers about the intentions and
thinking behind immigration enforcement campaigns a survey commissioned from Ipsos MORI to investigate awareness of and
attitudes to immigration enforcement. Questions were placed on the Ipsos
A national ethics committee and bioethics during the 1990s
168 Ibid. See also Kennedy, ‘Patients are Experts’; Kennedy, ‘The Patient
on the Clapham Omnibus’, pp. 446–7.
169 Bruce Charlton, ‘The Ideology of Accountability’, Journal of the Royal
College of Physicians of London, Vol. 33 (1999) pp. 33–5 (p. 33).
170 Charlton, ‘The Ideology of Accountability’, p. 33.
171 Onora O’Neill, A Question of Trust (Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2002) p. 56.
172 O’Neill, A Question of Trust, p. 57.
173 O’Neill, Autonomy and Trust in Bioethics, p. 137.
174 Ibid, p. 139.
Consolidating the ‘ethics industry
featured in Vitagraph’s 1912 Cardinal Wolsey (Laurence Trimble)
with Tefft Johnson as Henry and in 1933 when Richard Cramer played him
in the Mack Sennett comedy film Don’t Play Bridge with Your
Wife (Leslie Pearce). Rex Harrison took on the part in ‘The Trial of
Anne Boleyn’ episode in the television drama series Omnibus
(1952, CBS) and in 1953 Charles Laughton played the role in the