Tag Archives: politics

Skepticism – the wider issue

Colm Ryan explores the wider political and social issues that can intersect with skepticism. Is a lack of critical thinking harmful? Continue reading

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Separate, but equal?

Adam Cuerden wonders how long LGBT individuals and groups will be “seperate but equal” Continue reading

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In the Arena

Jennie Kermode wonders if Cameron faces a slave revolt over the “Spartacus report” published recently on the proposed changes to Disability Living Allowance. Continue reading

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Evidence Based Policy: wage slaves

Philip Davies MP has again come under scrutiny for appearing to suggest those with physical and mental disabilities should be able to seek lower wages than those without. Keir Liddle looks at the facts and figures behind the claim. Continue reading

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Skeptical Hustings

Glasgow Skeptics are holding a Scottish Parliament Hustings Tomorrow. Continue reading

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Bad Blood?

David Cameron’s government is currently in trouble over a number of pre-election promises it hasn’t managed to keep: Among these is the reversing of the blood ban for gay and bisexual men. Continue reading

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Science is Vital: Submit don't Submit!

Science is Vital wishes to encourage those working in areas that are being or potentially will be affected by the Coalitions cuts to make a submission to the Science and Technology select committee.

The 21st floor heartily endorses this endeavour. Continue reading

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