Some policy suggestions for Labour

Clare Curran is focussing on the things that matter….like television advert volume.

Some commenters have provided some thoughtful additional policies for Clare to implement along the same lines:

James Meager suggests Labour look at regulating supermarket checkouts:

While you’re at it, every time I go to the supermarket some lines are far longer than others. I find having to take risks between choosing lines with 4 young people and 20+ groceries paying by eftpos, and lines of one elderly person and 2 carrots paying by cheque. Could you please legislate to ensure people are given a maximum time to complete their transaction? This will result in the terrible amount of annoyance I suffer on my supermarket trips.

While Curious wants Clare to crack down on up-sizing at McDonalds:

I am bloody sick of being asked if I want to up-size my BigMac combo at McDonalds. I also find it very irritating when they ask me if I’d like fries with my meal.

Any chance of some legislation on this Clare?

J Mex wants the showerhead issue revisited:

Maybe Labour could take a look at our showerheads while they are at it???

In. 3 Years. Labour. Has. Not. Learnt. Anything.

Curious again:

Loud music in cafes/ restaurants – should be a uniform noise level for music.

Automatic hand dryers in public toilets – some are very noisy, new ones are quieter.

Lawn mowers – my neighbours is very noisy while mine is rather quiet.


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