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Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Keith Sinclair August 1, 2017 0

There has been no shortage of triumphalism from unions and left-wing groups emerging from the recent Supreme Court judgement in UNISON v Lord Chancellor 2017 UKSC in which the fees for entrance to the

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A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

Robert Tyler June 27, 2015 0

Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in a landmark case that saw Same-Sex Marriage made legal across all 50 states. The Court ruled 5 to 4 in favour of

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The Libertarian divide over the Bulls

The Libertarian divide over the Bulls

Backbencher December 2, 2013 6

As the Supreme Court decided that it was illegal for Hazelmary and Peter Bull to refuse service to two gay men at their B&B on religious grounds, Libertarians nationwide found themselves as divided as

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Children’s rights in the context of Libertarianism : The Case of Baby Veronica

Children’s rights in the context of Libertarianism : The Case of Baby Veronica

Backbencher June 18, 2013 1

Walter Block tackles the difficult case of children’s rights in the context of libertarianism. Baby Veronica is three and a half years old. She is the focus of a contentious Supreme Court decision concerning

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