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The 1979 Rule

July 13, 2015 3:13 pm3 comments
The 1979 Rule

I am a 50 year old married man and grandfather to 4 lovely children. I watch and observe when i play with them, and sometimes with a tinge of jealousy. Childhood is one of the most precious things we have. To have it taken from you whilst still developing is […]

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US Police Actions In Ferguson Signify Lack Of Human Rights

September 17, 2014 12:25 pm0 comments
US Police Actions In Ferguson Signify Lack Of Human Rights

The actions taken by the police against the protesters and journalists in Ferguson (a suburb of St. Louis, USA) during the weeks-long mass demonstrations caused by the death of Michael Brown, an African American teenager who was shot by the police officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014, caused an […]

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Experts differ on Australian court decision to abolish gay marriage

February 22, 2014 10:02 am0 comments
Experts differ on Australian court decision to abolish gay marriage

Late last month, the High Court of Australia overturned legislation allowing same-sex marriages in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) adopted by a regional parliament in October 2013. The Court ruled that a recent local law legalizing same-sex marriage was inconsistent with federal laws which specified in 2004 that marriage was […]

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Byerlusconi

December 2, 2013 12:21 pm0 comments
Byerlusconi

Senate says: «yes!» the former italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has to pack his bags and leave the Parliament. Many cannot understand, though, the need of vote in order to stop a person convicted of fraud from representing his Country. It should have been immediate, don’t you think? If a […]

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Muse at the Emirates Stadium, 25th May 2013

May 27, 2013 10:04 am0 comments
Muse at the Emirates Stadium, 25th May 2013

Muse kick off their first night at the Emirates with a bang. A very big bang. Support from Bastille and Dizzee Rascal ensured those in attendance got their moneys worth. The entire 60,000 seats sold out. It was just before 6 o’clock in the evening when the band known as […]

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Is the law to blame for the UK’s high teenage pregnancy rate?

March 31, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Is the law to blame for the UK’s high teenage pregnancy rate?

Yes, as bizarre as it may sound – the over-criminalisation of all sexual activity between minors, is almost wholly responsible for the UK’s high teenage pregnancy rate and high teenage sex rate. Why? S.13 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (by virtue of s.9) criminalised ‘sexual touching’ between minors, however […]

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Mr Grayling’s proposed modification of the law on violence against intruders

February 4, 2013 6:20 pm0 comments
Mr Grayling’s proposed modification of the law on violence against intruders

Recently, the Secretary of State for justice – Mr Grayling, issued a proposal stating his desire to ‘change the law’ in regards to the use of force. The current law, found in the Crown Prosecution Service, allows householders to use ‘reasonable force’ against intruders, whereas the proposed amendment concerns a […]

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Savannah Dietrich; the Victim with a voice

July 26, 2012 6:00 pm2 comments
Savannah Dietrich; the Victim with a voice

Awww! Those poor boys who sexually assaulted an unconscious girl at a party and then posted images of the assault on the internet have had their names publicly released? What a shame? How unfair! They made her life a misery living in shame and humiliation, but our hearts go out […]

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