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Review of the week ending 22nd April

Wednesday April 23, 2014

The Free Society’s review of our favourite online commentary and unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers over the last week – in no particular order…

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Free speech matters for everyone

Simon Hills tackles the idea that censorship is in our own interests to protect us from nutters, the prurient or unconventional

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Bullies' bulletin #25

More bans from around the world, this time on outdoor smoking, snacks in schools and names on Easter eggs in our latest Bullies’ Bulletin – Oh! and some liberalism in Munich!!

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Review of the week ending 13 April

The Free Society’s review of online commentary and unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers from the last two weeks…

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Criminalising vapers – the next logical step?

Wales is looking to ban e-cigs in enclosed public spaces. Brian Monteith is not surprised at yet more bullying.

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Bullies’ Bulletin #24

More novel bans from around the world, including Vaportinis, kitchen knives and microbeads (!) in our latest Bullies’ Bulletin

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BBC comment boards show public health has no credibility

Chris Oakley explains why public health is no longer fooling anyone other than the political elite and the odd “journalist”

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Suggesting smaller pizzas behind our backs: the deceitful nastiness continues...

The government has been exposed for deceiving the public by advocating smaller portions without price cuts – Brian Monteith says it’s no wonder people are turning to UKIP

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Protect our children – from nasty politicians

The government has announced standardised restricted packaging of tobacco is a certainty. Brian Monteith argues why it is just yet more deceptive politics.

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Review of the week ending 31st March

Our review of online commentary and unusual or obscure reporting from blogs, websites and newspapers that you may have missed – stories in no particular order…

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Looking for scientific evidence? Avoid medical journals and the UK media

Chris Oakley looks at how reporting of scientific “evidence” requires background research to establish its veracity