In the Irish Referendum, only one argument matters and only one side will address it

I am writing this before the results of the Irish referendum on abortion have come in. By the time this goes out, we will probably

Jacob Rees-Mogg should be applauded for his candour not pilloried for his opinion

Jacob Rees-Mogg has managed to hit the headlines following comments he made on Good Morning Britain. I say comments he made, he actually just answered

The Supreme Court upholds N. Irish abortion law, which is a boon for peace

If the DUP entering into a confidence and supply deal with the Conservative Party shows us anything, it is the depths of political ignorance within

Can somebody please explain the difference to me?

Today’s Guardian carries a report concerning one Kevin Wilson. Back in December 2015, Wilson was sentenced to life in prison for attacking his heavily pregnant girlfriend and

Peter Singer, utilitarianism and the problem with after-birth abortion

Peter Singer has long been known as a leading philosopher advocating utilitarianism. Here, Sally Phillips speaks with Frank Skinner about a documentary in which Singer

O Liberté, que de crimes on commet en ton nom!

Freedom and liberty, the clarion calls of those who typically abuse the very things they claim to defend. The news is awash with yet another

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