Monthly Archives: November 2012

Coalition dirty tricks on gay marriage

Back in March 2012 the coalition government launched a consultation on gay marriage. Current legislation allowing civil partnerships offer same-sex couples similar legal rights to their married heterosexual counterparts although this proposed reform would ensure equal status through enabling access … Continue reading

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Don’t step on abortion rights

By Daniel Pitt Jeremy Hunt’s venomous attack on abortion rights last month has undoubtedly disturbed millions of women in modern Britain, and would, in an isolated case, shine a light on the misguided misogyny of a prominent Conservative Party minister. … Continue reading

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Welsh Labour’s Nasty Medicine

Devolution has efficiently divided the National Health Service into four segments, consisting of one each in Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland respectively. Andrew Lansley’s detested Health And Social Care Bill in England, opposed by an overwhelming 62% of voters, … Continue reading

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