The timing is not our fault and may bite back

Few people think that funerals are a good time to have a discussion about the merits of a person or institution they represented. As a

Once again, inappropriate timing and (potentially) offensive messages should not be grounds for arrest

The question of free speech and expression never goes away. Those who would supress what we might say continue to find ways and means of

Why we should all – including Brexit voting Christians – support Steve Bray

Without question, Steve Bray is deeply annoying. He is incredibly irritating. And, ironically, for all his claims of democratic rights, he spent quite a lot

Did Twitter reap what it sowed in Nigeria?

You may have read that Nigeria have suspended access to Twitter. You can read more about it here. The move followed Twitter’s decision to suspend

We don’t need to be street preachers, or like their message, to be disturbed by this

I was looking on twitter the other day (as you do) and I came across the following post from the leader of the Reform UK

The problem of criminalising hate speech in the family home

I have long been against the concept of criminalising ‘hate speech’. I am, by and large, a free speech absolutist. I draw the line at

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