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Dec 19 2011 02:00 PM | Edward in About Naturism
What is Naturism? Naturism is the practice of going without clothes. Whatever you may think about people who do such a thing, it is not shameful, embarrassing or ridiculous, in fact when the weather is hot it’s the sensible option – and great fun! I...
Feb 26 2015 12:02 AM | Malcolm Boura in Censorship
British Naturism welcomes the report from the Culture, Media and Sport Committee into the Future of the BBC. There is a lot of good common sense but unfortunately the report fails to adequately address some issues that lie at the very heart of the what the BBC should be.
Jan 02 2015 08:53 AM | Andrew Welch in First Time Experiences
After becoming the first woman to make Partner in a London Executive Search Firm, Lucy decided it was time to do something a bit different. So she packed away her suit, exchanged it for a pair of Morris Dancing hankies and some vampire fangs and decide...
Jan 20 2015 08:40 PM | Malcolm Boura in Campaign Updates
It is always difficult to know which of our activities will be picked up on by the media and often it comes as rather a surprise. The latest was no exception. It was our response to a government consultation on marriage. I had better start by setting the record straight, for reasons that will become apparent as you read this article.
Dec 13 2014 12:58 PM | Malcolm Boura in Current Issues
The UK is blessed with well established and in the main pretty good procedures for creating new laws. Perfection is often unattainable but the process does ensure a good stab at achieving the best possible. Why then is it being ignored?
Dec 09 2014 12:47 PM | Kerry James in News
‘Protecting against threats to Naturism’ unanimously endorsed!
By Nick Caunt, BN International Director
Nov 02 2014 03:41 PM | Malcolm Boura in News
The ‘Naked Ramber’ and the European Court of Human Rights – reaction and analysis from British Naturism.
We have made a preliminary analysis of the judgement. The judgement only considered events in Scotland and it only looked as some of the issues. Consequently the outcome, that the case was not made, is not surprising. How much scope there is for further appeals we do not know but given the machinations that resulted in this verdict the court will probably seize on any pretext to avoid having to consider the subject again.