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Freedom Of Speech* (Conditions Apply)

Freedom Of Speech* (Conditions Apply)

Backbencher May 30, 2013 3

Can freedom of speech survive opposition to Same-Sex Marraige? With the United Kingdom on the verge of an official acceptance of same-sex marriage, the hot topic has, evidently, revolved around the traditional arguments of

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John Milton’s Defence of Freedom of the Press

John Milton’s Defence of Freedom of the Press

Sam Woolfe April 24, 2013 5

  John Milton (1608-1674) is perhaps known best for his epic poem Paradise Lost. But he also gained international acclaim because of a pamphlet he wrote in 1644, in which Milton argued against censorship

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We’re All Paris Brown Now

Lee Jenkins April 11, 2013 2

Twitter posts will doom us all… but only for a little while longer I confess I arrived late to the whole Paris Brown thing. I spent the weekend at the Liberty League Freedom Forum

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Political Correctness is the death knell of Free Speech

Political Correctness is the death knell of Free Speech

Andrew Thorpe-Apps March 16, 2013 12

Andrew Thorpe-Apps stands up for gaffes and golliwogs. Peter Hitchens notes in The Abolition of Britain that political correctness is the ‘most intolerant system of thought to dominate the British Isles since the Reformation’.

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Freedom Of Speech Doesn’t Exist. Shut Up And Go Home

Freedom Of Speech Doesn’t Exist. Shut Up And Go Home

Olly Neville December 18, 2012 7

Why Freedom of Speech doesn’t exist, why it isn’t a defence when you say something stupid and why the Met is right to arrest anyone who leaked documents   You do not have the

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The Case Against ID Cards: A Principled Approach

The Case Against ID Cards: A Principled Approach

Darren Andrews November 20, 2012 1

Whenever we undertake to study a subject we can do so from two points of view. We can try to understand the principles(1) that underpin and govern the matter, or we can look at

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Let’s talk Julian Assange.

Let’s talk Julian Assange.

Jess Collett November 2, 2012 5

Let’s talk Julian Assange. The founder of Wikileaks is a controversial man, to say the least.  Feelings are pretty strong about him; sides raging about how he is a saint come to live among

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