Tag Archives: Peter Hitchens

Fingerprints blunder puts trials at risk as police chiefs create emergency group to ensure labs get accreditation

Peter Hitchens is critical of modern British policing.  He wrote in the Mail on Sunday, “And now we learn, to my total lack of surprise, that prosecutions have sunk to an all-time low in England and Wales, at a time … Continue reading

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Huge lobbies want…

Peter Hitchens writes of Our Duty to Oppose the Warmist Inquisition: “A person who drives a powerful car on short-distance journeys when he could have walked or bicycled – but who believes in AGW – is deemed morally superior to … Continue reading

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Paradoxical effects and missing data

Antidepressants are much bigger business than accreditation.  It seems they too have paradoxical effects.  In this case, many links to murders and suicides.  They are almost as necessary as guns to perform a massacre.  SSRIstories.com lists a lot of cases. … Continue reading

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Protesting against rain

“We are all going to get poorer and poorer for the rest of our lives. This is because this country long ago chose to live beyond its means, and the blazing red Final Demands are now cascading on to the … Continue reading

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