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AntiFa Attacks ‘Day for Freedom’ Attendees

AntiFa Attacks ‘Day for Freedom’ Attendees

Jordan Holbrook May 7, 2018 0

Yesterday was the ‘Day for Freedom’ event, organised by Tommy Robinson and featured speakers such as Gavin McInnes, Milo Yiannopoulos, Gerard Batten MEP, Markus Meechan (Count Dankula), Carl Benjamin (Sargon of Akkad), Shazia Hobbs

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Feminist Theory in NUJ Practices

Feminist Theory in NUJ Practices

Jordan Holbrook March 20, 2018 3

On Monday 6th March, Welsh Women’s Aid delivered training with the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) on how to report on Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG). The event included talks from the Head

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Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Why India Made Me a Feminist, and Why I Can’t Be One at Home

Nathan Friend December 6, 2017 0

It was a characteristically muggy day in Kochi, and I was hanging my head out the side of an autorickshaw; attempting to feel some semblance of a breeze to complement the musky refreshment of

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EHRC’s Sexism Against Male Victims of DV

EHRC’s Sexism Against Male Victims of DV

Jordan Holbrook November 21, 2017 1

The Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is the non-departmental public body that has responsibility for the promotion and enforcement of equality and non-discrimination laws in England, Scotland and Wales, and was established by

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Lest We Forget: Leave Our Memorials Alone

Lest We Forget: Leave Our Memorials Alone

David Bone September 5, 2017 0

We now live in an age where inconvenient, ‘offensive’ history is being forcibly removed by the social justice left in an endless crusade to wipe out the historical and physical legacy of Western Civilisation

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A Middle-Class Rip-Off: How The Middle Classes are Using Subsidies to Bogart Art

A Middle-Class Rip-Off: How The Middle Classes are Using Subsidies to Bogart Art

Richard Marshall August 29, 2017 0

  ‘Bernard, a subsidy is for art, for culture. It is not to be given to what the people want! It is for what the people don’t want but ought to have!’ So said the fictionalized Sir

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The Death of Our ‘Grand Narrative’: Where are We Going?

The Death of Our ‘Grand Narrative’: Where are We Going?

David Bone August 26, 2017 0

  Recently having caught a few minutes of Big Brother 2017 and noticing the return of Naked Attraction, had inadvertently made me start to ponder the future of British society. I expect this wasn’t

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We’re Awful At Sports Because Our Culture Breeds Mediocrity

We’re Awful At Sports Because Our Culture Breeds Mediocrity

Chris Nunn October 19, 2015 2

For far too long, our sports teams have been underperforming. Football fans like to boast that the Premier League is the best league in the football world. Maybe it is, but it doesn’t depict

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Op Ed: Immigration And The Death Of A Nation?

Op Ed: Immigration And The Death Of A Nation?

Backbencher May 16, 2014 0

Mass uncontrolled immigration, argues Jack Wharton, represents more of a danger to the social cohesiveness of a nation than the economic benefits it brings Margaret Thatcher once said, on the subject of immigration, ‘you’ve

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Walter Benjamin – an unlikely source of inspiration for libertarians

Walter Benjamin – an unlikely source of inspiration for libertarians

Daniel Pryor May 6, 2014 0

Daniel Pryor discusses the ways in which libertarians can learn from reading Walter Benjamin. “If the natural utilization of productive forces is impeded by the state, the increase in technical devices, in speed, and

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