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Article11 May 2006
Why abortion clinics won't be building barricades
The chief executive of the UK's largest specialist abortion provider explains why she and her colleagues are not scared by the UK LifeLeague's 'name and shame' antics.

by Ann Furediinspiked-liberties

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Tuesday 23 May 2006, London
Save the planet, don't see
the world?
Tourism versus the environment
Article4 May 2006
After the 'day without immigrants'
The marches and strikes by 'illegal' workers should be an inspiration to all Americans.

by Nancy McDermottinspiked-liberties

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Article24 April 2006
Courtroom therapy makes a mockery of justice
UK courts will soon give the family of murder victims their say in court. Frank Furedi, author of Therapy Culture, says that is bad news for all concerned.

by Frank Furediinspiked-liberties

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2 March 2006
Child obesity
Should we worry if our children are overweight?
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Article20 April 2006
Beyond Roe vs Wade: let the debate begin
A pro-choice South Dakotan investigates her home state's decision to prohibit abortion.

by Nancy McDermottinspiked-liberties

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Article18 April 2006
Animal rights protesters: don't ban them, beat them
A leading member of the pro-vivisection group Pro-Test argues that animal rights activists should be defeated through debate, not legal injunctions.

by James Pantoninspiked-liberties

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Article13 April 2006
Half-open door policy
Why America can't make up its mind about illegal immigrants.

by Alex Standishinspiked-liberties

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Article11 April 2006
Sticks, stones and hate speech
The case of a schoolboy prosecuted for calling a playmate 'Paki' has shown up the childish streak in Britain's speech laws.

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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Politics of Fear by Frank Furedi
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Article4 April 2006
Stop blurring the line between rape and sex
New Labour's rewriting of the rape laws is being guided by the ideas of 1970s man-hating feminism.

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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Article30 March 2006
Whitewashing academic debate
A student of Dr Frank Ellis - the Leeds lecturer suspended for his racist views - asks why the university couldn't handle a heated argument.

by Jack Jordaninspiked-liberties

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Article30 March 2006
Gone in a puff of smoke
A report from Edinburgh on the last night of legal smoking.

by Timandra Harknessinspiked-liberties

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Article28 March 2006
Free speech, with the edges taken off
Saturday's rally in the rain for free expression was a damp squib.

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-liberties

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Article28 March 2006
Carry on culling
Why there is so much fuss about Canada's annual seal cull - and why the Canadian government should ignore it.

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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Article9 March 2006
Put the Sexual Offences Act to bed
Why is the UK government sticking up posters telling men to ‘make sure their partner agrees to sexual activity’?

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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Article21 February 2006
Free speech in Europe: it's all or nothing
As British historian David Irving is imprisoned in Austria for Holocaust denial, read this spiked article first published in December last year.

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-liberties

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Article16 February 2006
A victory for the inner teacher's pet
There’s much more at stake here than the ‘right to smoke’.

by Dolan Cummingsinspiked-liberties

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Article9 February 2006
Abu Hamza: imprisoned for talking rubbish
His incarceration for incitement is the political equivalent of a panto villain being booed off stage by excitable kids.

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-liberties

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Article3 February 2006
Free speech, not 'Me! Me! Me! speech'
Read spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London) on the religious hatred bill.

by Mick Humeinspiked-liberties

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Article3 February 2006
The press should be free to ridicule Islam
On the European controversy about those Danish cartoons.

by Munira Mirzainspiked-liberties

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Article2 February 2006
There's more to life than security
If ‘freedom from harm’ is the ultimate right, liberty loses out.

by Ben Walfordinspiked-liberties

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Article24 January 2006
Why are coppers stalking celebrities?
The police are taking their lead from reality TV shows and gossip columns.

by Neil Davenportinspiked-liberties

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Article6 January 2006
Charles Clarke's bad trip
The home secretary says the public is confused about the legal status of cannabis. It's his government that is confused.

by Jamie Douglassinspiked-liberties

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Article14 December 2005
Bringing democracy into disrepute
The quangocracy’s case against London Mayor Ken Livingstone should be thrown out of court.

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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Article9 November 2005
A test case for free speech
Should the Racial Volunteer Force be free to urge readers to 'roast a rabbi'?

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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ColumnJennie Bristow27 September 2005
Free speech on campus
There should be no 'No Platform' policy for Hizb ut-Tahrir - or anybody else.

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ColumnMick Hume19 August 2005
The age of intolerant tolerance
The meaning of tolerance has mutated in recent years.

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Article16 August 2005
Warning from Australia: don't legislate against hate
An Australian Muslim says that Victoria's laws against incitement to religious hatred have sown division, and undermined freedom of speech, thought and conscience.

by Amir Butlerinspiked-liberties

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Article21 March 2006
There's no human right to wear a jilbab
How did schoolgirl dress become a matter for the Law Lords?

by Josie Appletoninspiked-liberties

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ColumnJennie Bristow24 March 2005
The making of a modern witch hunt
Richard Webster's investigation into the North Wales children's home scandal raises crucial questions about how our society deals with allegations of child abuse.

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Article23 March 2005
Cultural myth-making at the Met
Police campaigns against 'forced marriages' and 'honour killings' are a pretext for intervening in immigrant communities.

by Munira Mirzainspiked-liberties

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Article16 December 2004
Knife culture? Cut the crap
There is little evidence for a 'rising tide of knife crime' in Britain.

by Brendan O'Neillinspiked-liberties

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Article9 July 2004
We still need abortion as early as possible, as late as necessary
Technological advances in fetal care are no reason for retreating on a woman's right to choose.

by Ellie Leeinspiked-liberties

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