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Is enough being done to prevent terrorism in Britain?

Is enough being done to prevent terrorism in Britain?

Matt Cooper September 21, 2017 0

Do you feel safe? It should be a simple question to answer, should it not? Although at this moment in time, if you are residing in our nation’s capital, you may be struggling to

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Why Our Security Will Not be Weakened by Brexit

Why Our Security Will Not be Weakened by Brexit

Matthew Cowley June 20, 2016 0

There has been a lot of misinformation in this referendum. While the Remain campaign have attempted to make European Union membership indistinguishable from European cooperation, it is important to remember that these things are

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The Israeli-Hizbullah Security Dilemma

The Israeli-Hizbullah Security Dilemma

Mesrob Kassemdjian April 11, 2014 3

Mesrob Kassemdjian comments upon the ongoing Israeli-Hizbullah security dilemma. On Monday April 7th, Hizbullah claimed responsibility for an explosion that targeted an Israel Defence Force (IDF) patrol, on March 14. This was inside the

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How Will Concerns For Security Shape Third World Countries?

How Will Concerns For Security Shape Third World Countries?

Backbencher September 21, 2013 0

The right to security of person is guaranteed by article 3 of the universal declaration of human rights-‘everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person’ and this is followed by, ‘no

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Must we choose between freedom and security?

Backbencher August 1, 2013 0

We demand security yet crave freedom. Can there be a balance in such an unstable and interconnected world? In a recent interview with Charlie Rose in the US following the National Security Agency revelations

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Edward Snowden: A Libertarian Hero

Edward Snowden: A Libertarian Hero

Backbencher June 14, 2013 0

The NSA, PRISM, and Whistleblowing Edward Snowden seems to me a hero in the classical sense: struggling with his conscience and having to decide to go on as before, living a comfortable life, or

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Can They Hear Us Now?

Derek Van De Ven June 10, 2013 0

Last week we saw how the USA’s National Security Agency has access to the personal details of the customers of many US companies, Verizon, Apple, Google, Facebook and other internet and communications giants. The

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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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Abu Qatada Vs Britain

Abu Qatada Vs Britain

Backbencher April 26, 2013 1

Carl Jackson reviews the history of the Abu Qatada case and recommends a robust solution. In Bali, a bomb outside a nightclub kills 182 innocent people.  Russian special forces storm a Moscow theater where

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Blood In The Sand – In Defence Of Palestine

Blood In The Sand – In Defence Of Palestine

Backbencher March 7, 2013 9

Far from being the perennial victim, is Israel actually the world’s biggest terrorist state? “This is not just a war over stolen land, why’d you think little boys are throwing stones at tanks? And

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