It’s not a democratic threat; the democratic system let’s us address it

In a recent Spiked article (yes, I know!), Brendan O’Neill (yes, I know that too!) had this to say about Carrie Johnson: Anyone remember voting

If you instigated a culture of unutterable views and cancellation, you can’t argue when your views are verboten and get cancelled

I was watching Politics Live yesterday and saw Rosie Duffield say the following about twitter: It was also unsurprising to see her trending on twitter

Have we hit peak cancel culture?

Back on Friday, as I was scrolling through Twitter, I hit on this thread that has now made headlines in the mainstream news outlets: You

Brazil censor the First Temptation of Christ; but more freedom is the answer, not less

I have previously commented on the blasphemous Netflix show The First Temptation of Christ here. That was my case, not for banning the programme, but

Don’t ban The First Temptation of Christ, just don’t watch it

Stephen McAlpine has written a post calling on Christians not to throw their Netflix subscription in the bin just yet. You can read it here.