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Paul Ehrlich - he’s still got it!

Marcus Roberts | 28 April 2012

Paul Ehrlich is making new claims about the future of the planet. No prizes for guessing that his claims are not rose-tinted!


Recognition of the real population problem

Marcus Roberts | 18 April 2012

The Telegraph recognises that Britain is facing underpopulation and ageing, not overpopulation


Sex Selective Abortions in the UK

Marcus Roberts | 24 February 2012

A sting operation in the Uk reveal some alarming abortion practices.

 
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