But it worked out for me!

I have noticed a a tendency to argue in line with the title of this post quite a lot. Let me give you some examples

Ventilators and value

Two recent news stories caught my eye in the midst of lock down. The first, on the BBC website, was headlined: Blind ‘not vulnerable enough’

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

Rev Barry Trayhorn forced to resign for quoting Bible in chapel

The salient facts of this case are these: HMP Littlehey is a category C men’s prison and Young Offender institute in Cambridgeshire.¬†Chapel is entirely voluntary.

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

VW and how to really generate lower pollutants

You will almost certainly have come across the latest scandal involving the German car manufacturer Volkswagon. What broke as a story in the USA is

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