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The Not-So-Curious Case of AntiFa and Neo-Nazis

The Not-So-Curious Case of AntiFa and Neo-Nazis

Jordan Holbrook August 30, 2017 1

AntiFa and Neo-Nazis are not too dissimilar. They share similar ideals, have similar practices and are both inspired by the same ideology. As such, when Trump condemned the violence on both sides, he was

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The Hunger Games: Big Government On Speed

The Hunger Games: Big Government On Speed

Lee Jenkins February 13, 2014 0

 What does the box office and publication smash hit tell us about the nature and temptations of Big Government? Planned Economy In Panem, the central government controls utterly the twelve districts and the life

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Reform Clause1 And Protect Freedom Of Speech

Reform Clause1 And Protect Freedom Of Speech

Backbencher December 12, 2013 0

Freedom of speech is the lifeblood of any free society. It gives individuals whatever their position or job in society, level or wealth or gender the right to speak their mind and to stand

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Student Unions Are Destroying Freedom. Don’t Let Them

Student Unions Are Destroying Freedom. Don’t Let Them

Backbencher November 22, 2013 10

Reece Warren calls for the upholding of free speech on campus, and resistance to illiberal leftist Student Union efforts to suppress it There are no two ways about this: Student Unions up and down

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The Day The Music Died: The End of Britain’s Free Press

Michael St George November 3, 2013 0

Michael St George mourns the passing, after 300 years, and in a liberal democracy, of a free press For lovers of democratic freedom and civil liberties, Wednesday was a black day. At about 5.30.pm,

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Old Holborn: The Internet Puritans

Old Holborn: The Internet Puritans

Old Holborn August 3, 2013 11

Social media has brought about a seismic shift in the way we individuals in this country interact with each other and the last three weeks have shown that Politicians are finally realising that 60

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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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Liberal Ends, Illiberal Means

Michael St George May 20, 2013 1

The Government’s Gay Marriage Bill being debated in the House of Commons today is a flawed measure. Not in any way because of what it proposes or purportedly seeks to achieve: but because of

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A Rare Good Day For Freedom

Michael St George April 26, 2013 0

Britain in the 2010s often feels like a very un-free country indeed. We have the highest ratio of CCTV surveillance cameras per head of population in the world, watching and recording almost every facet

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The Dispatch Box: Obama’s Britain and the Myth of Freedom of Speech. Season 1 – Episode 2.

The Dispatch Box: Obama’s Britain and the Myth of Freedom of Speech. Season 1 – Episode 2.

Alex MacDonald January 12, 2013 3

We invite Liberal Democrat Borough Councillor, Mathew Hulbert, on to our Libertarian Podcast -from The Backbencher Online Magazine – to debate about Europe, and to hear his thoughts in regards to freedom of speech

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