Monthly Archives: March 2013

The EU IN/OUT referendum: strategy and tactics for those who want to leave the EU

Robert Henderson The general strategy A) How to leave Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty states 1. Any Member State may decide to withdraw from the Union in accordance with its own constitutional requirements. 2. A Member State which decides … Continue reading

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Crime, punishment and public confidence in justice

Robert Henderson The ex-minister Chris Huhne and his erstwhile wife  Vikky Pryce were sentenced to 8 months imprisonment for perverting the course of justice (  No, hang on, they have really been sentenced to probably two, possibly  three months inside  with … Continue reading

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The Stephen Lawrence killing: Are we in for more legally rickety convictions?

Robert Henderson It is reported that  Gary Dobson, one of the two men convicted of the murder of  the black teenager Stephen Lawrence,  has dropped his appeal against conviction (  However, the dropping of the appeal does not necessarily mean … Continue reading

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Emma West trial scheduled for the fifth time

Robert Henderson A fifth, yes that’s fifth,  date for the start of Emma West’s trial on criminal charges arising from her complaint about  mass immigration and its effects made on a Croydon tram  in November 2011 has been set  for  … Continue reading

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The Archers: an everyday story of feminist career women folk

Robert Henderson In their delightfully naïve and blundering  way the crazed feminists who control the Archers made Alice Carter, the daughter of Brian Aldridge (who is  the richest man in Ambridge), an engineer. Feminist message: women can be engineers just … Continue reading

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PC World: Playing a little game with the politically correct

Robert Henderson I have recently had an interesting experience in  a university chat room.  As might be expected in these pc times, the contributors are overwhelmingly “right on”, positively dripping with mantras about the joy of diversity and the blissful … Continue reading

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