Big winner of cannabis legalisation would be ‘evil corporations’, says Hitchens at campus debate
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Big winner of cannabis legalisation would be ‘evil corporations’, says Hitchens at campus debate

Mark Tovey - April 8, 2016

Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens was defeated by ex-Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker in a cannabis legalisation debate watched by 200 people on the 7th April…

Students’ Union President debates former Tory MP
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Students’ Union President debates former Tory MP

Badger - March 2, 2016

Falmer House’s Debating Chamber played host to its first debate in years as Students’ Union President Abe Baldry faced former Conservative Minister Sir Tony Baldry in a…

Controversial Mail columnist Peter Hitchens to debate on campus
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Controversial Mail columnist Peter Hitchens to debate on campus

Mark Tovey - February 19, 2016

Author and Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens will argue against the legalisation of cannabis in an event jointly organised by the Debating Society and The Badger.…

President of Sussex UKIP society decries Anarchist ‘totalitarianism’
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President of Sussex UKIP society decries Anarchist ‘totalitarianism’

The Badger - October 5, 2015

  As the president of a UKIP society at what is, in general, a very left-wing university, I’m well aware of the fact that our views are…

A lowdown on the ‘three-parent babies’ debate
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A lowdown on the ‘three-parent babies’ debate

The Badger - February 20, 2015

On February 3, MPs voted in favour of changing the law on a controversial IVF technique to create babies with ‘three parents’. The new law will allow…

The eternal debate on life after death
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The eternal debate on life after death

The Badger - November 6, 2014

YES For sceptics, there will never be enough reliable data, replicated studies, or a representative sample large enough to convince people that life-after-death exists. Neurophysiologist Dr Peter…

Debate: Is the threat of Ebola overhyped in Britain?
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Debate: Is the threat of Ebola overhyped in Britain?

The Badger - November 2, 2014

YES Firstly, it should be stated that there is no doubt that Ebola is real. I am sure we can all recall the outbreak of SARS, mad…

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Culture and Heritage debated in London

The Badger - February 2, 2012

Britain’s culture and heritage was discussed by distinguished arts figures and Sussex academics last Thursday in London. The debate, ‘Preserving our material and cultural legacy’, took place…

The Brighton Science Festival 2011
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The Brighton Science Festival 2011

The Badger - February 11, 2011

For the pleasure of the geeks and the jocks, the Brighton Science Festival is once again descending upon Brighton. This is the 7th year the festival has…

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Apparent lack of research confused issues in article

The Badger - January 24, 2011

The drugs debate is one which is consistently marred with misinformation and poor research. I would like to comment on a recent feature titled “An injection of…

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Ecstasy: no more risky than riding a horse?

The Badger - March 9, 2009

An academic from Bristol University has claimed that taking ecstasy is no more dangerous than riding a horse. In an article published in the journal of psychopharmacology…

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Cambridge condom confusion

The Badger - October 27, 2008

Cambridge University Student Union (CUSU) are being forced to recall free condoms given out during fresher’s week after it was realised that they didn’t bear the British…