The Canadian Supreme Court has presided over an incredible amount of judicial activism. Whilst some of those decisions might have been correct the decision should have been made by the democratic branches and not the Court.
Referendums on social questions have been attacked by all sides for being unnecessary or actively harmful. But such criticisms mostly miss the point.
Voters have very different views than the pundits. Whilst they are much more conservative on some issues, they also love socialism. By advocating for it, Corbyn is very likely to win.
It is argued that private schools are unfair because everyone has the right to receive the same education. But this claim leads to the abolition of the family.
The Bill to "decriminalise" abortions is legally flawed and would remove the protections women have against non-consensual and unsafe abortions. Both pro-choice and pro-life people must oppose it.
Shared rituals, traditions and moral principles are important, bringing about solidarity between strangers.
Qualified 'experts' are not actually very good at making predictions. How can we improve their skills?