Wales Humanists launches report on 100 years of disestablishment
Nigerian humanist Mubarak Bala’s sentence drastically cut by Court of Appeal

The Court of Appeal in Kano has drastically reduced the sentence of Mubarak Bala, imprisoned President of the Nigerian Humanist Association, from 24 years to five. The judges unanimously found that his original sentence for blasphemous Facebook posts was excessive and in contravention of the law. Bala has already been in prison for four years, so this… Read more »

“Baker’s dozen” general election manifesto to be launched in parliament

The Bakers Food and Allied Workers Union (BFAWU) are set to launch their Bakers‘ Dozen manifesto that they and their members want to see introduced by the next UK Government. Aimed especially at the Labour Party, the Bakers‘ Dozen report and manifesto lays out 13 policy demands that would transform the lives of their members and working class people across… Read more »

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Sammy Wilson: ‘The UK has a moral duty to resolve the Cyprus issue’

The United Kingdom has a long history with many nations around the world. The strength of our relationships and diplomacy is reflected in the unparalleled and powerful Commonwealth of Nations. The Commonwealth exists due to the moral duty that the UK has. A moral duty to those nations that were once part of the British… Read more »

In defence of animal testing

I don’t try to tell people what to think. I don’t think it would work unless I omitted some critical detail, fiddled my statistics, framed the issue dishonestly or otherwise tried to back-fill an existing opinion with cherrypicked ‘evidence’. The truth is a bit more nuanced than that. The binary narrative is the way of… Read more »