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3 Aug 2012
Digital Freedoms | Free Speech | Freedom of Expression | London 2012 | Olympics | Tom Daley | twitter
Free Speech Debate blog: Even malicious tweets need protectionAnother overly broad and misguided British law has reared its ugly head in the digital age to...
This House would ban countries with very harsh training methods from participating in international competitions
27 Jul 2012
With the Olympics fast approaching, we must ask, what is the price of gold? Professional athletes already sacrifice huge amounts in order to earn the ultimate...
17 Feb 2012
boycott | China | Diplomacy | Olympics | Olympics | opening ceremony | protest | regime | Repression | sport | Tibet | Human rights
Sports events have often played host to gestures designed to make political points. Holding as they do worldwide media attention, they act as a platform to...
26 Jan 2012
Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the Modern Olympic Movement, developed in the early 20th century a set of universal principles – or values –...
26 Jan 2012
Athletics | Business | economics | economy | Host city | nationalism | Olympics | Olympics | Prestige | sport | sports events | Government | Finance | Economy | Sport
For 17 days every four years the Summer Olympics attract the world's attention and the host city gets immense media coverage. Yet many argue that the huge...
13 Sep 2011
Britain | England | Football | London | Northern Ireland | Olympics | Scotland | Soccer | Sport. | United Kingdom | Wales | Sport
The United Kingdom is generally seen as the birthplace of football (soccer) as the world currently knows it today. The first formal set of rules were drawn up...
13 Sep 2011
Atlanta | Beijing | cheating | doping | dream | drugs | faster | higher | international Olympic committee | Olympics | sport | stronger | Sport
Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the Modern Olympic Movement, developed in the early 20th century a set of universal principles – or values...