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The BBC and Sir Cliff: Long live a Free Press!

The BBC and Sir Cliff: Long live a Free Press!

Richard Marshall August 1, 2018 0

‘The time, it is to be hoped, is gone by when any defence would be necessary of the “Liberty of the Press”. So wrote John Stuart Mill in On Liberty over a century and a

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Charlie Alliston: The Law is Broke

Charlie Alliston: The Law is Broke

Jordan Holbrook October 3, 2017 2

Last week, Charlie Alliston was sentenced to 18-months in a young offenders institution for his part in the tragic accident that took the life of Kim Briggs. Following the trial, her widower stated there

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Scrap the Licence Fee to Save the Courts

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The License Fee is unjust, unnecessary, and certainly isn’t a matter for the courts. I moved into a new apartment a fortnight ago. This being the 21st century it was deemed essential that a

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Is the BBC clogging up courtrooms?

Is the BBC clogging up courtrooms?

Backbencher September 2, 2013 1

I have always been an admirer of the BBC and their advertisement free broadcasting; there is little better than watching a film or TV programme uninterrupted. Therefore the annual £145.50 fee presents no problems

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