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Comment: Bah Humbug… Holidays are coming

Comment: Bah Humbug… Holidays are coming

David Bone December 12, 2017 0

It’s CHRISTMAS!! As Noddy Holder from Slade once said back in the 1970s. Slade’s mortal rival at this time, Wizard, declared that ‘I wish it could be Christmas every day’ despite that proposal being

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Owen Jones Won’t Refute the Failings of Venezuelan Socialism

Owen Jones Won’t Refute the Failings of Venezuelan Socialism

Jordan Holbrook August 9, 2017 1

Social Media this week has been ablaze with nonsense and stupidity, specifically from The Guardian’s Owen Jones and the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn. The former is wholly incompetent at arguing his

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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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Spooks & The Press: Journalism’s Future

Spooks & The Press: Journalism’s Future

Backbencher August 29, 2013 1

Information tug of wars between the Guardian and GCHQ: What is the future for Investigative Journalism? The detainment of David Miranda, partner of Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald, under schedule 7 of the 2000 Terrorism

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Britain is not a police state. Yet.

Britain is not a police state. Yet.

Backbencher August 24, 2013 1

The past week’s events ought to be the catalyst for restoring civil liberties  The arrest of David Miranda and destruction of The Guardian’s hard-drives was such a bizarre event that it has become hard to discuss it without sounding like a

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Giles Fraser is the Robert Nozick of journalism.

Daniel Pryor March 26, 2013 0

Daniel Pryor explains the importance of humility in dialogue and in writing. In last week’s column, I discussed the late American philosopher Robert Nozick’s scathing critique of Eric Hobsbawm’s unfeeling utilitarian ‘ethic’. Another of

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