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Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Alex MacDonald March 6, 2015 0

Prison guards and prisoners could face prosecution for breaking smoking ban laws after a High Court ruling. The decision was made after one inmate, Paul Black, complained about being exposed to second-hand smoke. Mr

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Drugs Live: Let’s Talk Cannabis

Drugs Live: Let’s Talk Cannabis

Alex MacDonald March 4, 2015 0

  If Channel 4’s fascinating programme Drugs Live: Cannabis on Trial served any purpose it was to reignite the debate on drug legalisation in the UK. In the build up to yesterday’s viewing Jon

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Freespeech 1 – Offendotrons 0

Freespeech 1 – Offendotrons 0

Old Holborn January 5, 2015 2

  The Victorious Troll Army Now we are all back behind our desks, noses to the grindstone, we have to listen to fat Maureen whinge on about how small the Quality Street tins have

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Stop Humouring the Humourless

Stop Humouring the Humourless

Old Holborn December 16, 2014 6

I’ve often wondered the purpose of laughter. In upper primates, it has been around for roughly six million years as a mechanism to show affection and playfulness, rather than aggression and threat and yes,

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Labour’s English Problem

Labour’s English Problem

Lee Jenkins September 21, 2014 3

True to the Law of Unintended Consequences, one of the most profound legacies of the SNP campaign to win independence for Scotland has been a sudden up tick in political self awareness for the

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ISIS Is a Symptom, Not The Illness

ISIS Is a Symptom, Not The Illness

Lee Jenkins September 15, 2014 0

Like so much of our breaking news, reports of the beheading of a British citizen by ISIS extremists broken on Twitter long before the mainstream media began their reports. The brutal murder further underlined

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Our fascination with celebrity leaks is inevitable and a by-product of our society

Our fascination with celebrity leaks is inevitable and a by-product of our society

Lee Jenkins September 3, 2014 1

Unless you were working in a mine or imprisoned by ISIS you will have noticed something of a kerfuffle on the interwebs recently. Hackers acquired and distributed dozens of explicit images of A-list celebrities

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Yes activists terrorise and intimidate NO Supporters at Jim Murphy Speeches

Yes activists terrorise and intimidate NO Supporters at Jim Murphy Speeches

Alex MacDonald August 29, 2014 5

Labour MP Jim Murphy has decided to suspend his 100 Streets tour to get police advice after a co-ordinated attempt by nationalists to bully and intimidate Scots.  I blogged on the disgraceful techniques used by some

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The Russian bear pursues Ukraine with no Endgame in sight

The Russian bear pursues Ukraine with no Endgame in sight

Lee Jenkins August 29, 2014 0

This week NATO released images showing a convoy of Russian artillery travelling along southern Ukrainian roads. The same briefing showed self propelled guns deployed outside strategic towns in the south east of the country,

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WATCH: Alastair Darling’s Ice Bucket Challenge

WATCH: Alastair Darling’s Ice Bucket Challenge

Alex MacDonald August 22, 2014 0

Alastair Darling, the leader of the Better Together campaign in the Scottish independence referendum, has taken up his task of completing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is an activity which involves throwing a

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