Archive for the ‘New Statesman’ Category

Children who have been sexually abused are never to blame for what has happened to them

August 7, 2013

Sez the NSPCC.

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Why legal aid reforms must be stopped, Exhibit A: the “child pornographer”

May 21, 2013

“Innocent people could be in jail if proposed changes to the legal system are implemented. Here is one of them.”

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Is Tom Watson in danger of fuelling a new paedophile panic?

November 9, 2012

“There is a difference between listening sympathetically to the stories of people who say that they have been abused and uncritically believing every assertion that is made, says Nelson Jones.”

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Mother Teresa and the Paedophile

January 12, 2012

“Did the ‘Saint of Calcutta’ intervene to protect one of the most notorious paedophile priests of recent years?”

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Children being children

June 7, 2011

“Are sex and shopping really the worst problems facing the nation’s children?”

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Why it is right to let sex offenders appeal their lifetime registration

February 18, 2011

“Once we take a selective approach to human rights, they cease to mean anything at all.”

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How porn blunts moral boundaries

November 11, 2010

“The popular attitude to pornography is that it’s fine as long as the kids don’t see it. But this misses the point – the direct link between adult exposure to porn and sexual abuse of children.”

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