The subject may change, but the principle remains the same in yet another question of freedom

A school chaplain was reported to the government prevent programme, and subsequently made redundant, because of a sermon in which he stated that children did

As if on cue, a former judge questions the wisdom of aligning hate speech laws to the views of particular campaign groups

Stories, or types of story, tend to come in little flurries. I have written a lot on this blog about free speech and the rights

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

Taking an axe to hate speech laws

As you can probably imagine, as a raving Socialist of probably the worst kind, there isn’t always a lot of crossover between harder right Tories

Julie Burchill’s cancellation and laughable definitions of freedom

This sort of thing is becoming really tiresome now. I recognise I sound like a broken record but, it seems, it keeps happening again and

The new archbishops will remove from public life any who do not conform to their common worship

I was going to write something about the case of Kristie Higgs, who has lost her case for unfair dismissal against the school at which

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