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More bans from around the world, this time on lacy knickers, bottomless Bloody Marys and e-cigs (as usual) in our latest Bullies’ Bulletin
Free speech on campus is being strangled by a therapeutic concern to be nice, argues Dennis Hayes.
The EU is quietly becoming our supernanny – without us ever asking, says Brian Monteith
The Free Society’s review of informative, unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers that aims to keep you up-to-date and entertained – stories in no particular order…
Why are politicians so intent on making us live longer? Do they not understand quality of life has now become far more important, argues Brian Monteith
Our review of our favourite online commentary and unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers that aims to keep you up-to-date and entertained – stories in no particular order…
An impertinent new invention has thrown the anti-smoker cause into disarray and has tobacco controllers desperate to prove that vapers who enjoy e-cigs are both puppy and child killers, says Pat Nurse.
Another look around the World for more bans, legal actions and extensions to Nanny’s domain in our latest Bullies’ Bulletin
In a free society do Food Banks grow because of welfare cuts or are there other reasons we should be considering? Eamonn Butler suggest where to look.
The Free Society’s review of our favourite online commentary and unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers aims to keep you up to date – stories in no particular order…
Seemingly out of nowhere smoking in cars with kids present will be banned and plain packaging moves ever closer – all while England drowns, the break-up of the UK grows nearer and an EU referendum looks less likely. Brian Monteith explains why.
Simon Hills gives his reaction to the House of Commons voting, on the back of junk science, to ban smoking in cars when under 18s are present – suggesting it’s only a matter of time before our homes are next