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Mounting Calls for a ban on the use of social media for children under 16

For years now, there have been calls from many, especially among concerned parents whose children spend hours every day glued to the screens of their phones or other devices, for stricter controls on children’s access to social media and the internet. The debate in the UK has gained impetus in recent days after Esther Ghey, …

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Lincolnshire locals thwart more solar farms.

It’s been a while since we’ve reported on the scourge of solar farm planning, but I don’t think the problem has disappeared. This time, it’s reared its ugly head in Lincolnshire. AUK Energy proposed a solar farm spanning 80 hectares of farmland north of Roman Bank in Holbeach, categorised as the “best and most versatile …

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Party registration – myths, lies, and home truths.

How do you get registered? The short answer is: don’t lie. Obey the law. That’s it; the case is closed! But if you want to learn about how it works and the traps fools walk into, read on, and I’ll give you my uncensored opinion at the end. The law states that the Electoral Commission …

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#DundeeNeglect leaflets.

“Today, our activists delivered over 400 of our #DundeeNeglect leaflets. Our public services have been underfunded for too long, and our communities have been ignored by establishment politicians who are only too happy to make big promises come election season but always fail to deliver when in office. Our elected representatives like Chris Law and …

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The local council had stopped collecting rubbish.

After being informed that his local council had stopped collecting rubbish, leaving litter to blow all over a popular park, one of our activists decided to head out and clean it up himself. A crucial aspect of community politics is about setting an example for a people whom the incompetence of successive governments has left …

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Labour Plans to Outlaw all forms of “conversion” therapy

Sir Keir Starmer has vowed to outlaw all forms of conversion therapy if Labour wins the election. The Labour leader said his ban would be “trans-inclusive”, meaning it would ban attempts to change someone’s gender identity as well as their sexuality through conversion therapy. The Tories have promised to ban practices that attempt to change a person’s sexuality …

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Multiple investigations into Calocane case

In January, we reported on Valdo Calocane, the Nottingham murderer, having his pleas for manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility accepted by the prosecution. We are now able to provide an update to the story, as it seems several watchdogs and government offices are just as miffed as we are regarding the mishaps of …

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EU Institute calls for an end to the use of Gendered Language.

The EU has urged legislators and policymakers to abandon ‘gendered language’ including “no man’s land”. Bureaucrats say the WWI phrase should be replaced with “unclaimed territory”, while “Joe Public” should instead be “average citizen”. A 61-page document compiled by the European Institute for Gender Equality outlines offending language and provides alternatives. Titled a “Toolkit on …

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The injustice of ‘hate crime’ laws.

Nobody should be jailed for a perceived ‘hate crime’ when they have done no physical harm to anybody or actual damage to any property. Bias in the justice system is demonstrated when such persons receive custodial sentences while violent and sexual offenders, or indeed those on the left who blatantly promote political violence, walk free. …

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Top British Universities offer places to foreign students with lower grades.

Some leading universities are using recruitment agents to offer places to overseas students with significantly lower grades than UK applicants, it was reported on Saturday. An undercover investigation by The Sunday Times found that 15 Russell Group universities offered one-year “pathway” courses, or foundation programmes, which the newspaper said provided privileged access to competitive degree courses. It …

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