Georgia Leigha Leatherdale-Gilholy
Georgia is a History student at Kings College London. She is most passionate about politics as well as religious and military history and has a moral opposition to drinking hot chocolate during the day time.
Georgia Leatherdale-Gilholy gives both barrels to the foolish Labour politicians who see University as a silver bullet for all young people and the Tories who have failed to correct this terrible mistake.
If feminism is the radical notion that women are people, abortion is the notion that unborn babies are not; though alas, the Western abortion debate is undoubtedly one that has already been won by the pro-choice side. So well has it been won in fact, that in school I was taught of a woman or girl’s right to a free abortion as an objective truth as provable as the Earth orbiting the sun. In recent months, I, someone who has received no religious upbringing whatsoever, became a member of the distinctly unfashionable pro-life…