After decades of resisting compulsion and emphasising the importance of free and informed consent to medical interventions, it seems that these principles can now be junked under the conditions of a pandemic.
Earlier this month The London Telegraph published a confronting statistic about abortion: 12,000 women die every year in Malawi after back-street abortions. “These women die like chicken and sadly, no one seems to care about them,” said a local gynaecologist. And the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has endorsed this by tweeting a link […]
Some California teachers describe it as a misguided “one size fits all” approach to reversing long-standing discrimination against girls and students of colour in math instruction.
Acerbic British radio and podcast host James Whale is battling kidney cancer which appears to make him crankier than usual. In a recent column in The Express he ranted about religion. “Islamist terrorism has raised its ugly head again, which prompts one big question in my mind,” he writes. “What is it about religion […]