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Rolf Harris & Chris Brosnan

Chris Brosnan has recently provided a story to the Daily Mail headlined: ‘Rolf Harris called me his adopted son… but I knew I was living with a monster’ Which You can read here As I said in my original article on … Continue reading

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Harriet Harman & Labours Fight For Equality

Ms Harman told activists the parliamentary party had previously been “intelligent-dominated”. She added: “No one likes all-stupid shortlists. It feels really uncomfortable to rule out intelligent people from a selection.” “But we tried everything else. We tried a stupid person … Continue reading

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Gun Control – Answering The Issues Raised 3

“You start your latest posting by defending the use of the Small Arms Survey as the basis for the analysis that you quoted in your original piece. I’m sure that the survey is a useful source of information and I … Continue reading

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Gun Control – Answering The Issues Raised 2

Thanks once again to @simonr916 for engaging in debate on this issue. I think we can both agree that the academic literature in this area is not clear cut, that those producing it are seldom impartial (on either side) and that … Continue reading

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The Health Gestapo – “Second Hand Smoke Causes Meningitis in Children”

Today an article appeared on the BBC news site about the dangers of second hand smoke. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-17551568 What amazed me was the quote from Deborah Arnott, chief executive of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH):  “There is no safe level of exposure … Continue reading

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Abu Qatada – When Protecting Liberty is Most Important

His Grace Archbishop Cranmer has an article today that calls for the “Extradition of Abu Qatada Regardless”:  http://archbishop-cranmer.blogspot.com/2012/02/government-must-deport-abu-qatada.html I am a big fan of his grace, usually his comments are perceptive and well reasoned, but in this case I find … Continue reading

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