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The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

Jon Stanley March 26, 2016 0

Vote Leave, Get Sexit Humour is a powerful political tool and especially here in Scotland. ‘Vote SNP, Get Sexy Socialism’ is a popular meme with Scottish nationalists.  Angry Salmond, a political commentator sporting a

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It’s Time For Anonymous to Quit Playing PR and Do Something Useful – or Shut Up

It’s Time For Anonymous to Quit Playing PR and Do Something Useful – or Shut Up

Alex MacDonald March 25, 2016 1

Another day, another announcement from “hacktivist” group Anonymous. This time the group is calling for people to stand up to discrimination after the fatal terrorist bombings in Brussels. Last week Anonymous “declared war” on

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Djokovic reopens the debate older than tennis: should men be paid more?

Djokovic reopens the debate older than tennis: should men be paid more?

Alex MacDonald March 21, 2016 0

Novak Djokovic has stirred the pot in a troubled tennis world today by declaring that Men’s tennis prize money should be higher because of the heightened interest it receives compared to the women’s game.

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Sexually active young people now on state guardian radar

Sexually active young people now on state guardian radar

Jonathon Kitson March 11, 2016 0

Our SNP friends north of the border have passed a hugely controversial policy regarding child and young person protection as a so-called named person will be assigned to everyone under the age of 18

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Scottish independence and Brexit aren’t the same principle

Scottish independence and Brexit aren’t the same principle

Sophie Sandor March 10, 2016 0

Recently I went to an IEA talk on the latest Human Freedom Index. Its co-author, Tanja Porčnik, said she could not see by the HFI’s measures how the freedoms of citizens in the European

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People should not be arrested for causing offence

People should not be arrested for causing offence

Sophie Sandor February 22, 2016 1

We should not be punished, nor have our freedoms impeded, just because we expressed an opinion. The reason for this is that in a free society it is important to hear that which we

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When in Scotland, do with your children as the SNP say

When in Scotland, do with your children as the SNP say

Sophie Sandor February 8, 2016 0

The Scottish National Party’s controversial named person law is set to be challenged in the Supreme Court just one month from now, as a continuation of the long-fought campaign by parents and children’s charities

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A floundering EU renegotiation

A floundering EU renegotiation

Christopher Akers February 2, 2016 0

David Cameron seems intent on advertising his flop of an EU renegotiation as a golden ticket to solving the puzzle of Britain’s place within Europe. After discussions with the president of the European Council,

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Do private schools really make you smarter?

Do private schools really make you smarter?

Sophie Sandor January 25, 2016 1

It tends to be that the higher one’s socioeconomic status, the better the school they attend and the better their outcomes; is it down to causation or is it purely correlation? This is the

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The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

James Tracey December 15, 2015 1

There has been a new petition out to block Donald Trump from entering the UK. Now, as a Classical Liberal, I hate his comments as much as anyone. I am pro-immigration and am frustrated

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