Does Free Speech Have a Limit?

After a decade and a half of public notoriety, Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary was recently convicted of inviting support for Daesh, a proscribed organisation, and will be jailed under the Terrorism Act 2000. For years Choudary, a former solicitor, used his expert legal knowledge to carefully tread the line between free speech and breaking the […]

Blaming the means and not those responsible

The Home Affairs committee published today, August, 25th the report “Radicalisation: the counter-narrative and identifying the tipping point“. Reading report text, you can conclude that everything, but the individual, is responsible for extremism: the social media, the media, the family, the community but not the individual who consciously decides to search for extremist content in […]

Why campus feminism hurts women

As of 2016, over two thirds of people support gender equality, but only 7% identify as a feminist. Despite this, some students still believe feminism to be the solution to this. Historically, feminism aimed for women to have the full civil and social equalities that are afforded to men. Since the 1990s, the movement has […]

Bitnation: Borderless, decentralised, voluntary governance services

A blockchain is a nearly immutable database that is distributed and updated across the members of a network. Blockchains serve as public or private records for all sorts of transactions. They allow for immediate processing without bottlenecks, automation, including of government services, getting rid of buraeucracy and waste, and depending on the use case, make […]