Tag: Graeme Archer

The Wilkinson B&B Ruling

The ruling on the Wilkinson B&B Case is out and you can read it below. http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/Resources/JCO/Documents/Judgments/black-wilkinson-judgment-18102012.pdf The verdict was that the Wilkinsons discriminated directly and indirectly against Black and Morgan. The judge essentially ruled that since the Wilkinsons did not

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Regarding Same-Sex Marriage – An Essay

The more observant of you will have noticed that at the Liberal Democrat Conference this weekend it was announced that the Government intends to move forward with its plans to permit same-sex couples to marry. A number of good articles

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Graeme Archer on the B&B Ruling

As always, Graeme is challenging and insightful. The B&B case. So we have now proven that a quango can criminalise bed and breakfast owners who don’t want gay people to stay in their property (please, no quibbling about the exact

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Graeme Archer on the Berkshire B&B

Absolutely loving this bit of the piece this morning on CentreRight by Graeme Archer. There is plenty of real crime for the police to focus on – against all of us, I know, but sometimes, horribly, against gay folk in

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Four Years Ago

The second time in a week that I want to point you to something that Graeme Archer has written, this time a piece on the fourth anniversary of the 7/7 bombings. Four years ago today …  Londoners will pause and

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Catching Up

Thankfully for those of who have been out of the country for the past fortnight, Graeme Archer has all the news. 1. Gordon Brown is still Prime Minister. We know this because he wrote an  article for The Times yesterday

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