Child abuse panic
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The Counter-Leveson Inquiry
Review of Books
Dr Michael Fitzpatrick
articles by Patrick Hayes
Wednesday 11 December 2013
MPs’ pay: an expensive mistake
The outsourcing of decision-making by MPs during the expenses scandal is now coming back to haunt them.
Wednesday 20 November 2013
Did fecund Filipinos bring the typhoon upon themselves?
Meet the miserabilists who think Filipinos bred themselves into disaster.
Wednesday 13 November 2013
IPNAs: a nuisance to public life and freedom
The Tories said they would scrap ASBOs. They didn't say they'd replace them with something even worse.
Thursday 17 October 2013
Desperate leftists vs fantasy fascism
Anti-fascists can't admit that the EDL is crumbling because posturing against this allegedly Nazi grouping is all they have going for them.
Monday 23 September 2013
The Western groups putting Libya in the dock
Why are human-rights organisations arguing that Saif Gaddafi can only receive a fair trial in The Hague?
Thursday 5 September 2013
The feminists trolling the trolls
The claim of a link between trolling and domestic violence is itself a massive and fact-lite act of 'trolling'.
Monday 12 August 2013
Time for the ASA to Go Home
Wednesday 7 August 2013
From Timelord to Timelady? No thanks
Why are feminists obsessed with the idea of Doctor Who regenerating with breasts?
Friday 2 August 2013
Since when has a bad tattoo been a crime?
A bombed-mosque tattoo is moronic, but it's not a matter for the police.
Wednesday 31 July 2013
Time to stop this political obesession with the public’s happiness.
Tuesday 30 July 2013
No to ‘modesty bags’ for lads’ mags!
A miserable feminist campaign to force supermarkets to remove lads’ magazines is gaining traction – at the expense of free speech.
Wednesday 24 July 2013
How do you solve a problem like Maria Miller?
Attempts to influence the media by the head of what was known as the ‘ministry of fun’ are no laughing matter.
Friday 19 July 2013
Greenpeace: new heights of vacuity
The attempt by Greenpeace members to climb London’s tallest building as a ‘protest’ was about as radical as a sponsored fun run.
Monday 8 July 2013
Khat: in defence of the right to chew
It isn't Theresa May's defiance of experts we should be worried about: it's her illiberal urges.
Monday 1 July 2013
cosies up to conspiracy theorists
The broadsheet’s publication and then withdrawal of a weirdo’s claims about the NSA shows what a parlous state journalism is in.
Tuesday 25 June 2013
Who’s afraid of a couple of cranky bloggers?
Message to UK liberals: if you’re campaigning to bar two right-wing US bloggers from Britain, you’re no liberal.
Monday 17 June 2013
Post on Facebook and be damned
The police are banging up people for drunkenly posting comments on Facebook. Could you be next?
Thursday 13 June 2013
‘We don’t want EDL with our Cornflakes’
Those calling for the EDL leader to be ‘no platformed’ from BBC radio hold the listening public in contempt.
Wednesday 29 May 2013
EDL: overdosing on the oxygen of publicity
Left-wing fantasists who think fascism is making a comeback are unwittingly helping to bolster the knackered EDL.
Tuesday 21 May 2013
One flew over the students’ nest
Why is the NUS so hellbent on depicting its members as mentally fragile creatures who can't cope with life?
5 December 2013
Britain’s elites prefer migrants to the masses
11 December 2013
A new free-speech outfit – for less press freedom?
21 June 2013:
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