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Why Cannabis should be legal in the UK

The legalisation of cannabis has been the subject of many debates in recent years. With...

Mental Health Crisis: PIP Disgust

We are a society We all have different views on welfare. However, for our sick and...

Drug Abuse is Taking Over the Gay Community

Research has demonstrated that about 10% of heterosexual people take drugs. I suspect it wouldn’t...

The NHS: A private solution to a public problem

There is no doubt that Britain's greatest public service, the NHS, is facing a significant...

The New Fiver : Noting Britain’s Greatest Statesman

This week, Britain's new five pound note entered circulation. Strong, practically indestructible and proven to...

Should we draw a line in free healthcare?

The NHS was recently told by the High Court to fund a new drug for...

Pile It High and Sell It Cheap

Tesco has always been a market disruptor. When it was founded by Jack Cohen in...

Homelessness: A UK public health issue?

In the title of this article I ask ‘is homelessness a UK public health issue?’...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a...

Social Eugenics: Destroying Neurodiversity

Living as an autistic person in a country like Britain is very good. I have...

Sainsbury’s/Asda Merger: Bad for Business

The Merger Sainsbury's/Asda earlier this year have proposed what many are calling it a 'Mega Merger'....

Stephen Hawking: Physicist, Not Politician

I admire Stephen Hawking’s achievements. His work on quantum mechanics and black hole dynamics is...

This rural district saw foodbank usage rocket by 85% in days after Universal Credit launch

The negative impacts that Universal Credit is having on ordinary people across the country is...

Junior Doctor Strikes: The End Of The NHS?

The NHS is at its first major turning point in its relatively short history. Extraordinarily...

Can a people tax themselves to prosperity?

“Can a people tax themselves to prosperity?” (Winston Churchill) Taxation is a subject of fairness for...

Apocalypse Please: The Necessity of High Street Armageddon

An Assessment of the Situation You may have noticed the ever-increasing closure of High Street shops...

Electric Shock For Vegans

The latest revelation for the vegan movement came recently with the discovery by...

Commonwealth Games: Social Objective Mission

The Commonwealth has a multisport event that can gather it's member nations together to show...

Darling, we need to talk about the NHS

As Parliamentary recess finally begins and the Prime Minister turns to the Swiss, alpine air...

Is it time our NHS became just our HS?

Over £142.7bn is estimated to be spent on the NHS in the financial year of...

UNCRC: Scotland’s Shame?

Civil, economic, social and cultural rights of children. The United Nations Convention on the Rights...

How To Ensure Continued Team GB Success

Our incredible athletes have proven life’s simplest adage correct, that if you work hard and...

We need to talk about HIV: an open letter

My dear gay people, We’ve come a long way since the first diagnosis of HIV, haven’t...

Ban Your Pizza & Eat It

First he took our turkey twizzlers, then he took our irn bru, now he's trying...

A Conservative Puzzle that fits the Autism Community

There is a new approach to embracing autism from the autistic conservative. I have written...

Liberation of the Eco-Car

The government's announcement of the future of the petrol and diesel car in Britain is...

Abortion: Murder?

One of the most debated and talked about subjects in modern politics and philosophy is...

Money for Medical Marvels

Recently a new breakthrough has been made in medical science. Scientists at the Manchester University...

Living for the Weekend

Although it is a place of healing, there could not be a bloodier political battleground...

The Sugar Tax Scam

The nanny state is a term often coined to refer to a government or policies...

Tuition Centre, Mental Health and our Future Generation

It is perfectly legal to choose the education medium and the choice of schooling by...

Break the Social Media Monopoly

Social media has become hostile to the views of conservatives and other people of a...

The legacy of Dame Tessa Jowell

After a political career spanning four decades, on the 12th of May, 2018, Dame Tessa...

Drugs at Festivals: “Just say no” doesn’t work

If you've been to a festival, you'll undoubtedly have seen either drugs or drug-taking. No...

The Failure of the NHS- What’s next for British Healthcare

It's something that the British people are all too used to. Turning on the news...

This is the New Age of the Trains

The Rail Delivery Group have recently announced a new fleet of trains to be rolled...

Statutory right to ‘keep’ pets for housing tenants?

A 'petty' proposal? Responding to the Labour party's proposal to give tenants a legal right to...

The 2010’s: B is for Blurred Lines

In 2013, Robin Thicke released an Rn’B single you might remember. “Blurred Lines”, a catchy, but...

The Modern War on Drugs

The war on drugs has been labelled a global disaster by many influential experts, including...