The Confusion between Opinions and Lies

The Confusion between Opinions and Lies

We’ve been having a look at comments on news articles and social media this week. There seems to be much confusion between opinion and lies. An opinion is not a lie There are two main ways in which people formulate opinions.  Some will read an article or listen to the...
Far Left Corbynista’s Lies on Social Media Lost Tory MP his Seat

Far Left Corbynista’s Lies on Social Media Lost Tory MP his Seat

Lies on social media can be half way around the globe before the truth has a chance to surface. One such lie partly caused former Welsh Tory MP for Gower, Byron Davies, to lose his seat in the 2017 General Election. An allegation that Mr Davies was being investigated...
Big Lies about Products and Services we Buy

Big Lies about Products and Services we Buy

Advertising plays a vital role in selling products and services. Billions of pounds are spent every year convincing us to purchase or use them. But some big lies about products and services we buy have been unashamedly told for years. Here are some you might recognise...
New England Man refused to take a Lie Detector Test in Civil Case

New England Man refused to take a Lie Detector Test in Civil Case

A New England man, taken to court by his aunts to stop him inheriting his family’s estate, has refused to take a lie detector test on numerous occasions.  Representing himself in the civil case he has also invoked the 5th Amendment when questioned by the plaintiffs’...
Why Lie Detector Evidence hasn’t freed Jeremy Bamber

Why Lie Detector Evidence hasn’t freed Jeremy Bamber

Lie detector evidence is acceptable in many courts when accompanied by other corroborating evidence.  What is fascinating is that it’s often used by police to help imprison people but seldom used to liberate prisoners. The case of Jeremy Bamber, who has served over 30...