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Hillary Clinton Employs Some Common Sense Feminism

Originally posted on The Common Sense Feminist:
Its ironic that the icons of women’s liberation are often those who personify the very opposite of what was originally intended, in that they represent chained-to-the-home domesticity: our own mothers. As I wrote on…

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Conservative Feminism Explained

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Louise Burfitt-Dons Launches Her Campaign for Nottingham North

On the 20th September this year  I was selected by the members of the Nottingham Conservative Federation to contest the General Election for the seat of Nottingham North. I am holding a fundraising reception to launch my campaign between 7pm … Continue reading

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Mais Non! Ed Milliband wants to import French property laws into the UK

Approaching an election, it is not unusual for left-leaning parties to take a swipe at landlords. The reason is property and ownership of houses, land or flats is always synonymous with wealth. Basic human needs include a roof over one’s … Continue reading

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Why We Must Boycot the Latvian Site Ask.Fm.

When I was a child, trolls were toys. They had small plastic bodies and brightly coloured  nylon hair that stood up on end.  They were ugly, but kind of cute. And harmless, though, apparently, if you hid them in people’s … Continue reading

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Is the EU ready for Sexual Exploitation?

Some things are better left unsaid, is a known fixed expression. Child sexual abuse just one of them.  Up until ten years ago, very little research at all had been done on it. So it’s hard to know whether the … Continue reading

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What we can learn from Nigel Farage and it’s not about European Immigration

Despite being involved with politics since 1994, and drawing a salary for some years from the EP, Nigel Farage, by his own admission, is not a career politician. Therefore this charismatic self-publicist with patriotic fervour, UKIPs leader who is currently … Continue reading

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