Daily Archives: July 25, 2010

The legality of a burka ban

My good friend and Kettering MP Philip Hollobone recently caused a bit of a stir by saying that he would decline to talk face-to-face with a burka-wearing constituent who insisted on staying veiled. Today we hear that the human rights … Continue reading

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Demand the Right to Free Speech!

In yesterday’s press, there was the story of an unnamed Magistrate, who was reprimanded, and ordered to take remedial training, because he berated a foreign defendant whom he accused of “coming to our shores and abusing our hospitality”.  This, according … Continue reading

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