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Ben Brittain: Louis Smith and The Curious Incident of Islam

The incident of Louis Smith has shown us that if you want to make fun of any religion make sure it's Christianity. If you mock Islam you will be hounded, ridiculed and disgraced. It's safer to laugh at drunk Irish vicars and black nuns. Continue reading

Stephen Anderson: When it comes to discrimination against guide dogs, seeing really is believing

Many of you may have seen me at Party Conference with my guide dog Barney. Most people remember Barney, but not my name. Six months after getting him, I'm getting used to this. I do have some useful vision, but not much. It's a bit like a Lib Dem MP, it's there but it's not very useful. Continue reading

Bret Facey: The First Minister & the Fish - A tale of two Sturgeons

Listening to Nicola Sturgeon at her Party conference, I was reminded of that all so common phenomena in contemporary British politics, hypocrisy. Once more the woman, who shares a name as well as many characteristics with a fish, takes to the podium to spread her nationalist, divisive, drivel to an audience of fanatic separatists. Who, by the way, would quite happily see Scotland ruined provided they achieved their lifetime ambition; breaking free of from the oppressive English *Sigh*. While I could quite happily take apart and dispel all of the SNP’s flawed philosophy, for the purposes of keeping this short I will focus on their chief apostle, Sturgeon herself, through comparisons to her aquatic equivalent, the freshwater Sturgeon.  Continue reading

Edward Webster: Primary schools are ill-equipped for grammar school preparation

If grammar schools are the actual bogeyman, as the left repeatedly insist, then the hated 11-plus entry exam is the gloopiest, most unpopular bogey up the bogeyman’s nose. Just the mention of it can be enough to leave a Corbynista writhing in apoplexy. Continue reading

Joe Porter: Let’s all now embrace Brexit and become an even greater global leader

The last few weeks have demonstrated that Britain continues to be a highly influential and powerful player on the world stage, despite Brexit. Theresa May represented us at her first UN Summit as Prime Minister, alongside Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and International Development Secretary Priti Patel. Continue reading

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