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Lavinia Woodward: A Case Study in Gynocentrism

Lavinia Woodward: A Case Study in Gynocentrism

Jordan Holbrook October 4, 2017 2

Another day, another aberration of justice. Lavinia Clementine Woodward, now infamous for being a lying, cocaine-addicted, domestically violent, short-fused, belligerent, wannabe-heart-surgeon, has managed to evade jail. Some have speculated that her looks and her

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How the dismal case of Ched Evans speaks to wider social issues

How the dismal case of Ched Evans speaks to wider social issues

Willetta Florence October 24, 2016 0

Two tribes are trending on social media at the moment because the Crown Prosecution Service assumed the role of a Complainant. Team Ched vs some charities/feminists are either claiming victory for all men or

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The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

The left are angry at MP Philip Davies for saying what we are all thinking

Elena Rider August 18, 2016 19

The recent furore over MP Philip Davies was caused by comments he made in the introduction of a speech that presented a wealth of evidence that the criminal justice system treats women more leniently

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Scrap the Licence Fee to Save the Courts

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The License Fee is unjust, unnecessary, and certainly isn’t a matter for the courts. I moved into a new apartment a fortnight ago. This being the 21st century it was deemed essential that a

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Broadcasting Justice & Democracy: 1st live transmission in the Court of Appeal

Broadcasting Justice & Democracy: 1st live transmission in the Court of Appeal

Backbencher November 4, 2013 0

Robert Tyler contends that live broadcasting of proceedings from the Court of Appeal should be only the start of a much wider trend This week saw the first live broadcast from within the ‘Court

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Why are we so afraid to talk about mental health?

Why are we so afraid to talk about mental health?

Backbencher August 13, 2013 0

Damaine Gorman argues that focus should shift from the tools of crime to criminals themselves. Mental health underlies every action we take, and is signatory to every decision we make. Put simplistically: when we

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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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