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Protect Marine A’s Anonymity

Protect Marine A’s Anonymity

Michael St George November 17, 2013 0

Michael St George argues that, even in sentencing, the State still owes Marine A a duty of care There are no excuses for Marine A’s crime. There are explanations in abundance – from the

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Lifting The Veil

Lifting The Veil

Backbencher September 20, 2013 4

Does the right to wear what you want trump the right to see who you’re dealing with? The arguments for and against bannig the wearing of the Niqab This week’s constant debate over the

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Cairo Bloodshed: 3 Blessings In Disguise

Cairo Bloodshed: 3 Blessings In Disguise

Lee Jenkins August 22, 2013 0

The deaths in Egypt this past week have been regrettable. But take a step back and remove unhelpful misty-eyed sentiment from the equation, and it becomes apparent that there are silver linings in the

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Islamism Is Our Generation’s Fascism

Islamism Is Our Generation’s Fascism

Lee Jenkins July 25, 2013 36

Get past the headlines, the symbols and sound bites and you find striking similarities between the extremist ideologies of 1930’s European Fascism, and today’s Jihadist interpretation of Islam. Glorification of violence Like Mussolini’s volunteers,

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At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

Derek Van De Ven July 8, 2013 0

At 3am on Sunday morning the Home Office of successive UK governments finally got their way. Abu Qatada boarded a plane bound to Jordan to face charges of terrorism aimed at the Jordanian people

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Truly A Snooper’s Charter

Backbencher June 7, 2013 0

How illiberal will the Government’s desired Communications Data Bill be? The sight of a Muswell Hill Islamic Centre in flames this week was the shocking, if not entirely surprising, consequence of the vicious killing

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The Tinderbox of the Middle East

Backbencher May 31, 2013 0

Stephanie Surface analyses and links the historical roots and current scenarios for the conflict in Syria. Some of the seeds of the current tinderbox situation in the Middle East seemed to have been planted

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Let’s point the finger properly, shall we?

Let’s point the finger properly, shall we?

Backbencher May 29, 2013 1

A critique of the sloppy excuse-making by Labour MP Hazel Blears in light of last week’s atrocity. By Richard Elliott The wake of last week’s attack on Drummer Lee Rigby at the hands of

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The Islamist Objection – Absolutist, Not Specific

Michael St George May 24, 2013 0

Whenever an Islam-linked – and I use that expression in the loosest-possible sense – terrorist atrocity occurs, like that involving the barbaric murder of an off-duty soldier in Woolwich two days ago, among its

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