Vaccination Without Consent

We all want the best for our kids, and we want to feel confident that our kids are not being harmed when we think they are being helped, but legislation to coerce vaccination works against building confidence.

Crisis Management

This delay to democracy is a stark reminder of our responsibility, as voters, to hold those elected to account not only at the ballot box, but throughout their terms of office.

It’s Good To Be Sceptical

Over the years, enough claims have been found to be false, or misrepresented in their connotations, or superseded, as to make scepticism a reasonable and necessary position.

Can The Supreme Court Claim Impartiality?

Since the eleven Supreme Court Justices delivered their verdict against PM Boris Johnson there have, naturally, been many people questioning their impartiality. Not least because there was no dissension in the judgement at all – the decision was unanimous.  Such outcomes should be questioned and it’s the right of every person to do so.