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Can the EU Be Reformed?

Can the EU Be Reformed?

Sam Woolfe May 29, 2014 1

For those who view Euroscepticism as extreme, but who disagree with the way the EU operates, calling for reformation would seem like a sensible option. Of course, there is nothing that ‘extreme’ about Euroscepticism.

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Ambulances for Weary MEPs

Ambulances for Weary MEPs

Sam Woolfe April 23, 2014 0

Brussels, in its latest Monty Python-esque stunt, wants ambulances to be available for stressed out MEPs. Outside the EU headquarters will be a full functional, £200,000 ambulance – which will be funded by, you

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EU Will Force British Taxpayers to Fund Far-Right European Political Parties

EU Will Force British Taxpayers to Fund Far-Right European Political Parties

Sam Woolfe April 23, 2014 0

If it isn’t bad enough that British taxpayers have to fund useless and wasteful bureaucratic projects set up by the EU, they now have to fund far-right parties! This may come as a shock to many and so

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Is David Cameron Right to Say Britain is a Christian Country?

Is David Cameron Right to Say Britain is a Christian Country?

Sam Woolfe April 17, 2014 0

Many were surprised to see David Cameron take on a new persona, that of an evangelical Christian. In an article he wrote for the Church Times, our beloved PM made had the following to

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EU Hinders Free Trade

EU Hinders Free Trade

Sam Woolfe April 2, 2014 1

Originally published on GetBritainOut.org. A common perception holds sway over the public: being an EU member yields great clout for Britain. However, it is a false myth peddled by the pro-EU camp to paint

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Should Public Nudity Be Legalised?

Should Public Nudity Be Legalised?

Sam Woolfe March 28, 2014 13

It seems very strange that it could be illegal for someone to exist in their natural state: naked. It is not true to say that public nudity is outright illegal in the UK. There

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Pets: The Animal Rights Perspective

Pets: The Animal Rights Perspective

Sam Woolfe March 25, 2014 6

From an animal rights perspective, the domestication of any animal can be considered immoral since it involves using them as a means to an end and disregarding their intrinsic value. Gary Francione has described

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The Stigma of Not Wanting to Get Married or Have Kids

The Stigma of Not Wanting to Get Married or Have Kids

Sam Woolfe March 20, 2014 0

There is a heavy stigma attached to people who don’t (and don’t want to) get married or have kids. Both are essentially rites of passage in modern society. I myself don’t have any urge

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Future Technology Could Convince Prisoners They Were Serving a 1,000 Year Sentence

Future Technology Could Convince Prisoners They Were Serving a 1,000 Year Sentence

Sam Woolfe March 17, 2014 4

Philosopher Rebecca Roache recently spoke with Aeon Magazine about how technology in the future could create an artificial hell for prisoners, allowing them to experience a 1,000 year sentence in just 8 and  a half

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The Dark Side of Private Prisons: Greed, Corruption and Injustice

The Dark Side of Private Prisons: Greed, Corruption and Injustice

Sam Woolfe March 14, 2014 2

There is a lot of controversy surrounding the existence of private prisons, most notably due to malpractice in the US. Private prisons do exist in the UK as well (which has the most privatised

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