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Now they want to ban smoking outside

My article for Breitbart London. A ban on smoking outside may soon become a reality if the Royal Society for Public Health’s (RSPH) proposals are adopted. The areas specifically affected are outside restaurants, school gates, in parks and even in pub gardens. The … Continue reading

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Canadian Feminists Aim to Close Down Free Speech

Feminists aim to close down free speech In Toronto, a group of Canadian feminists are standing witness against Graphical Artist Gregory Alan Elliott, which has free speech ramifications unprecedented in western democracies.  He faces three charges of criminal harassment, breaching … Continue reading

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Ms. Connie St Louis’ CV and LinkedIn profile

Ms. Connie St Louis is the lady who got Sir Tim Hunt the sack for allegedly making “sexist” remarks to a number of female scientists. Many have gone onto challenge her on the basis of Hunt was being self deprecating … Continue reading

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Colin Grainger 1962 – 2015

I am sad to report that Colin Grainger passed away, yesterday the 16th March 2015. One can only begin to imagine the pain his family and friends are feeling. Colin was a former Chairman of Freedom2Choose, soon after our inception … Continue reading

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Breitbart Wind Farm Articles

All you people who are fighting against ugly, and in the words of Breitbart’s Executive Editor’s James Delingpole’s words, bat chomping, bird slicing wind farms, here are the URLs that we have done on the industry. We will certainly be … Continue reading

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<a href=” @RooBeeDoo1 @alexralph We stand by the methodology, recognised by UK NAO, OECD and national customs authorities and government departments. — KPMG in the UK (@kpmguk) April 4, 2014 ” title=”KPMG tweet on methodology for Australian plain packs.”>KPMG tweet … Continue reading

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“A ban in homes is not feasible or right” Deborah Arnott of ASH

After the smoking ban in cars with children inside was passed by the House of Commons. To meet the accusation that the home is not the next “logical step ” for tobacco control, Deborah Arnott on the 11th February 2014 … Continue reading

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