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- Rawls v Bayes (Joe Otten)
- The Human Rights Act 1998: Why this must always be protected (Hannah Ashworth)
- The economic consequences of tuition fees (David Thorpe)
- Liberal Democrats can define themselves through football reform (Will Paul)
- Tim Farron – Don't bleed the poor
- Sefton Local Plan – Residents take on Council spin
- More on Bahrain's attempts to silence opposition
- Inspector Cook gives crime prevention advice at community meeting
- Whither Labour?
- Win a signed copy of Vince Cable's memoirs Free Radical
- Planning committee to consider caravan storage site
- Why do the Lib Dems do so badly in London?
- Britain is NOT waiting for its socialist saviour
- The Welsh Government is letting down Wales' poorest and most vulnerable people
- Richard Underhill 28th Jul - 1:55pm
The ordinary processes of births, marriages and deaths are gradually changing the demography.
- Jayne Mansfield 28th Jul - 1:51pm
@ TCO, Ah TCO, you're all heart. Please allow me to offer my brain!
- Ian Eiloart 28th Jul - 1:49pm
"The Bayes rule necessarily maximises the expected utility" Right, but the question is how does one measure utility? There's a law of diminishing returns. A...
- Manfarang 28th Jul - 1:37pm
Is there’s anything you miss from the Greens? Veganism?
- Andrew Hickey 28th Jul - 1:30pm
TCO -- I'm autistic, as is Jennie, and we both agree with James Graham, rather than the original poster. Being autistic does not make one...
- Andrew 28th Jul - 1:23pm
If we did not lose any deposits last time that can only because we only stood in more promising places. And where we lose the...