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2020 blindness

Friday October 24, 2014

Whose life is it anyway? Brian Monteith rails against public health activists saying they are a deadly threat to our freedom

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Smoking? It's none of their business!

Thursday October 23, 2014

Why does the state intrude on an activity that has a modest chance of harming the individual involved but costs society nothing, asks John Staddon


Review of the week ending 19 October

Our latest round-up of unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers – stories in no particular order…


Park smoking ban is for cowards

Andrew Allison challenges the smoke police to come out and say what they really think


Has Boris got balls?

Has the report proposing a ban on smoking in London parks and squares revealed the Mayor of London as a half-hearted freedom lover?


Free Speech needs to be heard

It’s time for a new Free Speech Movement, says Dennis Hayes


Bullies' bulletin #32

Further examples of our mad, mad world as we report on an operatic tragedy, more ‘elf ‘n safety and compulsory consensual sex classes…


Great speech but let’s not get too carried away

David Cameron has made the speech of his life – delivering a truly Conservative vision for the future – or has he, asks Brian Monteith


The bells, the bells – don't ban the bells

Ruth Mieschbuehler reports on the unusual ban being proposed in Switzerland and how it is being resisted


Time for the prime minister to live up to his word

The Conservative conference in Birmingham really is the last chance saloon for the Prime Minister, argues Brian Monteith


Review of the week ending 21 September

Our weekly round-up of bizarre or obscure reporting about freedom issues from blogs, websites and newspapers – stories in no particular order…


Why the UK needs Scotland to vote No

The liberal economic case has been won by the No campaign, but being British also counts for freedom, argues Brian Monteith