Monthly Archives: October 2009

A black thug encouraged by milksop British justice An English Premier League footballer with a history of violence against women was today sentenced to 18 months in jail for punching a student in the face. Marlon King, a Jamaican international … Continue reading

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Inheritance rights for co-habiting couples coming in Britain Co-habiting couples with children would be given automatic inheritance rights, like a married couple, under controversial new proposals. If one died without leaving a will, the survivor would be entitled to at … Continue reading

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Simplistic thinking in politics and the ad hominem fallacy Sad to say, in politics logical thinking seems to come a poor second to emotional appeals — and we see a pernicious example of that below. Historical revisionism is found among … Continue reading

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How British police are making criminals of the over-40s: Target culture fuels rise in first-time convictions for middle aged Record numbers of middle-aged people are being ‘criminalised’ by target-chasing police. The number of over-40s receiving a first conviction or caution … Continue reading

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British grandmother who objected to homosexual march is accused of hate crime After witnessing a gay pride march, committed Christian Pauline Howe wrote to the council to complain that the event had been allowed to go ahead. But instead of … Continue reading

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It’s time to slay the bureaucratic monster that’s ruining the NHS Why is there a layer of bureaucracy between Primary Care Trusts and the British government? Who actually runs the National Health Service in my Sevenoaks constituency? Is it Dawn … Continue reading

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British police choose to ignore thousands of violent crimes But they will prosecute you for throwing a hamburger in the garbage The plight of battered wives and other incidences of violence are being ignored by police, a report said yesterday. … Continue reading

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