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Lavinia Woodward: A Case Study in Gynocentrism

Lavinia Woodward: A Case Study in Gynocentrism

Jordan Holbrook October 4, 2017 2

Another day, another aberration of justice. Lavinia Clementine Woodward, now infamous for being a lying, cocaine-addicted, domestically violent, short-fused, belligerent, wannabe-heart-surgeon, has managed to evade jail. Some have speculated that her looks and her

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It’s Not “Justice” to Sentence Adam Johnson to 6 years but Spare an Abusive Female Teaching Assistant

It’s Not “Justice” to Sentence Adam Johnson to 6 years but Spare an Abusive Female Teaching Assistant

Alex MacDonald March 24, 2016 8

Former England footballer Adam Johnson has been jailed for six years for engaging in sexual activity with a besotted 15-year-old fan by a judge who said the girl had suffered “severe psychological harm”. Caroline

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All Aboard the (Gender Segregated) Crazy Train

All Aboard the (Gender Segregated) Crazy Train

Joey Simnett August 26, 2015 0

Did I mention we’re having a Corbyn-bashing week at the Backbencher? It’s too good to resist; the latest hilarity to come out as a legitimate viewpoint by the man himself is that he would

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How Best To Combat Gun Violence?

How Best To Combat Gun Violence?

Backbencher April 25, 2014 1

George Clough reconciles the need for tighter US gun control with the innate right of ownership Here are some stats that made me incredulous as to why gun regulation had stalled at US Federal

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New UKIP – Old Labour

Lee Jenkins December 13, 2013 17

The Labour your father voted for is back, but it isn’t being led by Ed Miliband For a time it seemed we had a balance in mainstream British politics; two parties of the Centre

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Firearms licensing needs a proper review, not knee-jerk reactions to Labour strawmen

Firearms licensing needs a proper review, not knee-jerk reactions to Labour strawmen

Backbencher October 27, 2013 12

What happens when the British police can’t get the government to give them greater powers? They start a lobbying and media campaign hand-in-hand with the Labour Party. Don’t believe it? Take a look at

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We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

Daniel Pryor September 3, 2013 4

Daniel Pryor interprets Lord Ashcroft’s recent poll as a wake-up call for the advocates of immigration. The majority of people in this country believe that immigration has produced more disadvantages than advantages. This miserable

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Why are we so afraid to talk about mental health?

Why are we so afraid to talk about mental health?

Backbencher August 13, 2013 0

Damaine Gorman argues that focus should shift from the tools of crime to criminals themselves. Mental health underlies every action we take, and is signatory to every decision we make. Put simplistically: when we

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UK Government Outpaced by Cyber-Crime

UK Government Outpaced by Cyber-Crime

Tristan Kitchin July 30, 2013 2

Concerns have been raised regarding the problem of Internet crime, after a committee of MPs on Tuesday said Britain was too complacent in its actions against it. After a ten-month inquiry into the matter,

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How can we explain the 7% drop in recorded crimes?

Backbencher July 20, 2013 0

Will Archdeacon, Crime decreased by 7% in 2012, though the reasons why are puzzling  One of the most memorable scenes of UK politics in 2011 was Theresa May being heckled during a speech to

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