From Iraq troops to abortion law: what’s the point?

Read Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London).

Mick Hume

Mick Hume

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Friday 7 December

‘Anti-abortionists are often accused of foisting their religious views on to others. As an old atheistic pro-choice man, however, I don’t think they foist their moral objections to abortion on us nearly enough these days…’

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Tuesday 4 December

‘Down the centuries, British forces have occupied foreign countries for many reasons – political, economic and moral. Now it appears we may have a new one. British forces are apparently remaining in Iraq in order to protect themselves from attack by Iraqis. Some of us might naively think that they could have better achieved that modest aim by not invading Iraq in the first place…’

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