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As the Church of England once again tears itself apart over gay marriage, us transsexual Christians have slipped in under the ...
The news that Hungary and China have signed a security pact, following a visit by to Budapest by Wang Xiaohong, Minister of ...
As the toxic sludge of feminist claptrap seeps through the academic world, there are many principled researchers grinding their teeth at this blatant ideology and poor scholarship. Most don’t dare put ...
With six more months of train strikes recently announced it is getting hard to imagine a punctual, anxiety-free railway journey in the UK. Over in Japan it’s hard to imagine the opposite. Japan is one ...
Most law students in the English-speaking world will have come across R v Dudley and Stephens, from 1884, which established ...
Four months after the beginning of the Gaza war, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has finally presented his security ...
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I’m just going to come out and say it, I love AI chat programs. I believe that when employed judiciously, they could serve as ...