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Are Women “Worth Less” To City Firms?

Are Women “Worth Less” To City Firms?

Backbencher April 4, 2014 1

Reece Warren argues for a different approach to correcting any perceived imbalance in the cost-risk-productivity equation that must be considered by any employer Let me first make something absolutely clear – you can throw

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Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Lee Jenkins March 13, 2014 4

Freedom to enter into contracts includes the freedom to refuse, on any grounds. Libertarians and Classical Liberals will quickly and enthusiastically tell you of the benefits of free markets and liberty; lower taxes, more

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Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Why libertarians shouldn’t support the right of religion to opt-out of same-sex marriage

Christina Annesley February 25, 2014 7

I’m going to hold my hands up here – I don’t really care about freedom of religion. I’m an atheist, I don’t think religion provides a net positive contribution to the world, I think

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Sexism Against Men Does Exist

Sexism Against Men Does Exist

Sam Woolfe November 6, 2013 9

I don’t want to undermine or ignore the fact that sexism against women pervades all aspects of society: it still exists in education, employment, politics, domestic life and in every day social situations. It

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Two Reasons to Support Immigration

Two Reasons to Support Immigration

Sam Woolfe September 11, 2013 5

Contrary to the paranoia expressed by anti-immigration groups such as Migrant Watch UK, there are good reasons to support immigration in the UK. One reason is based on libertarian principles. The other reason is

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A Crisis of Masculinity: Society Brushes Aside Men’s issues

A Crisis of Masculinity: Society Brushes Aside Men’s issues

Backbencher August 7, 2013 2

By David McNeilage We face a crisis of masculinity, or so said Dianne Abbot, as she shone a light on a worryingly taboo topic: men, but more specifically, men’s issues. For this, she was

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Stanford University Law School and Religious Liberty

Stanford University Law School and Religious Liberty

Backbencher June 11, 2013 0

(Photograph by Eric Chan) Walter Block discusses why forcing firms to make special arrangements to fulfil religious sensibilities of employees violates their rights. Pretty much any law school worthy of its bias toward left-liberalism

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The Timely Death Of Universalism

Backbencher June 6, 2013 0

The State enforced sense of oneness has had its day.  There has been much ado about universalism this week.  The idea that everyone should benefit from the welfare state is not, however, universally popular.

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Losing Faith in Schools

Losing Faith in Schools

Sam Woolfe May 1, 2013 5

  According to the British Humanist Association there are currently 7000 state funded faith schools in the UK, mostly Christian, but all are legally allowed to discriminate on the basis of religion. Furthermore, all

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UKIP Foster Scandal: How A Worrying Precedent Might Be Set

UKIP Foster Scandal: How A Worrying Precedent Might Be Set

Backbencher November 26, 2012 2

  Peter Taylor, There is much more than initially meets the eye to the case of a couple who foster having their three current children taken away for voting UKIP. I believe that this is

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