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The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

The TUC think 52% of women are sexually harassed at work – here’s why they’re wrong

Elena Rider August 12, 2016 0

Trying to decipher a report on workplace sexual harassment of women published this Monday by the TUC in conjunction with the Everyday Sexism Project may not be the most fun activity but it certainly

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Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Can we please keep the spotlight on the actual athletic event called the Olympics?

Ilma Amin August 11, 2016 0

Of all the several aspects of everyday life the media presents, such as politics, economics, and entertainment, sports is undeniably one of the most popular. And for the remaining week and a half weeks,

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Robbie Travers on his ban from Facebook for criticising Black Lives Matter

Robbie Travers on his ban from Facebook for criticising Black Lives Matter

Robbie Travers August 11, 2016 2

Black Lives Matter most likely began with decent intentions to challenge anti-black racism. As it grew, it has become itself a supremacists organisation, promoting violence against the police, dehumanising white people, talking of them

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The gender pay gap is a statistical delusion which doesn’t reflect the life choices of different sexes

The gender pay gap is a statistical delusion which doesn’t reflect the life choices of different sexes

Ilma Amin August 7, 2016 1

Claiming that women “earn less”, without explaining why, is misleading and dishonest. The leading role of women in some of the planet’s most powerful jobs, from Christine Lagarde and Hilary Clinton to Theresa May

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Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Things have got serious, and the feminist narrative has gone into retreat. Kind of.

Elena Rider August 6, 2016 0

It started with the terrible killing of MP Jo Cox. I thought ‘the feminists are going to make this all about gender’ – but they didn’t. Of course, the man who killed her is

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Ghostbusters, Milo Yiannopoulos’ Twitter ban and how the left play into his hands

Ghostbusters, Milo Yiannopoulos’ Twitter ban and how the left play into his hands

Elena Rider July 29, 2016 2

Earlier this month Brietbart journalist and famous provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos had his Twitter account @nero permanently suspended. It’s a long story, and to understand it one has to consider how Milo became famous in

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An NUS Set Against Reform

An NUS Set Against Reform

David Browne July 29, 2016 0

For those who voted to stay in the NUS in various referenda across the country last term, the opening season of Malia Bouattia’s Presidency is unlikely to have inspired much confidence. Bouattia herself, after

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At the International Conference on Men’s Issues – London 2016

At the International Conference on Men’s Issues – London 2016

Elena Rider July 24, 2016 14

Google the term MRA (Men’s Rights Activist) and you’ll get more results than you’ll know what to do with, mostly telling you what evil misogynists they are. There is not time for me to

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Why the Family Unit Is More Important Than Ever

Why the Family Unit Is More Important Than Ever

Alexander Fiúza July 11, 2016 1

One of the most important parts of social policy is understanding the importance of the many institutions that exist between the individual and the state, and working with, nurturing and encouraging them where needed.

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The nasty side of the ‘liberal’ left and why we need to talk about it

The nasty side of the ‘liberal’ left and why we need to talk about it

Elena Rider July 8, 2016 0

Nobody can deny that there has been some pretty horrible behaviour since the Brexit vote two weeks ago. There have doubtless been attacks carried out by racists made bold by the result. These actions

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