Nash Riggins

Nash Riggins is an American freelance journalist based in Scotland. He currently writes for The Huffington Post, Ones to Watch and World Finance. Follow his blog at http://www.nashriggins.com/

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Edinburgh can't afford to ban its sauna sex trade

Not everyone is fond of the world’s oldest profession. But that doesn’t give Scotland's new consolidated police force the right to sweep thousands of individuals under the rug

Orphanage tourism runs the risk of long-term harm

Can any business that’s evolved from the self-indulgent needs of first-world twenty-somethings ever truly make a difference?

Grow up Edinburgh University, sexism won't end because you banned Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'

Censorship isn't the answer. It’s pretty damn hard to debate the sexist nature of something you’re not allowed to hear

Anonymous hacking EDL is pointless - the nationalist group do a good enough job of making themselves look stupid

Who are we to deny EDL the right to show the world just how prejudiced they are?

A Brazilian national holds a sign that reads in Portuguese;

Not playing fair: As one million take to the streets in Brazil, it's time to turn on FIFA

The football authority reaps financial reward while host countries suffer

I'm with Grayling on this one, prisoners could be doing more valuable things than playing Xbox

Two in three inmates leave prison without a job prospect - it’s no wonder such a high percentage end up reoffending

Suing for tripping on a kerb: Surely police officers know what they’re getting into when they sign up?

A police officer is suing a garage owner for an injury sustained while checking the premises on a 999 call

Ridding Edinburgh's streets of beggars won’t help to solve homelessness

If the sight of someone who’s down on their luck truly revolts you that much, maybe you don’t deserve to be in Edinburgh’s city centre at all

Big hits are what makes the NFL great

Crown tackles, a pleasure to watch, have been outlawed by the game's rule-makers

Frankie Boyle's jokes were cut from a Comic Relief broadcast

If you don't like offensive comedians like Frankie Boyle, why are you repeating their jokes?

Some comedians make a living being offensive. If people really found their jokes so awful, surely they wouldn't want them shared any further?

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