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We need to talk about left-wing violence

We need to talk about left-wing violence

James Bickerton March 11, 2017 1

Ok, so we need to talk about left-wing violence. Not of course that violence is intrinsically left-wing, nor that all left-wingers are violent. Both of those statements are nonsense. But there is a definite

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China Is Fed Up Of Population Control

China Is Fed Up Of Population Control

Chris Nunn September 16, 2015 0

News reports have swept through the Chinese media site ‘Weibo’ detailing the tragic events of a Chinese mother being pressured to abort her eight month unborn child by the state. The woman at the

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The Turkish Protests In Context

Backbencher June 8, 2013 0

The roots of the Turkish protests We have seen in the Arab and Gulf States, protests, riots, downfall of dictators, and sporting events cancelled.  All of these took place in autocratic countries, with little

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A Turkish Spring? Not Yet

A Turkish Spring? Not Yet

Backbencher June 6, 2013 0

Talk of a Turkish Revolution are overdone. It is now almost a week since protests in Turkey have brought the country to international attention, sparked by the government’s decision to demolish Gezi Park. In

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Education with a capital G

Derek Van De Ven May 27, 2013 1

By Nathan Boyd   Could Michael Gove be the most unpopular Education Secretary in living memory? Last week Michael Gove attended the head teacher’s conference in Birmingham and was heckled during his speech and

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“Atheist Bloggers” Arrested in Bangladesh

“Atheist Bloggers” Arrested in Bangladesh

Sam Woolfe April 24, 2013 0

  Police in Bangladesh have recently arrested a number of “atheist bloggers” and subsequently shut down their websites. One of the more popular bloggers, Asif Mohiuddin, had been viciously attacked in January, almost resulting

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