While I am aware that Dr Sean Gabb of the Libertarian Alliance has no connection to the UK Libertarian Party, I feel this is the most appropriate place to write this post to yield a discussion on what essentially is a matter of the philosophy this party advocates, although this is not a forum for libertarianism per se.
Dr Gabb believes that the possession of child pornography should be legalised (the reasons are in the links provided at the bottom of the post) and that claims of child abuse brought to the police's attention after a certain period of time "should be laughed at".
Given that these issues are not mentioned in the LPUK's Constitution, I shall assume that the official party line differs from the views of Dr Gabb; but how do you as a party oppose these views from a libertarian philosophical/political viewpoint (as Dr Gabb defends his on the same grounds)?
Free Life Commentary No 88
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