A judgement for free speech

The High Court has just overturned a decision to uphold Felix Ngole’s expulsion from Sheffield University for voicing Biblical views on on Facebook. The judgment

The only guarantee that you can think and say what you want

If you doubt that there is a systematic, ideological drive to instill state orthodoxy, I suggest you watch this video of a pupil being disciplined

Neither left nor right can claim the free speech moral high ground

Free speech has been taking a bit of a pounding lately, hasn’t it? Let’s just look at some of the recent highlights. The Trade Unionist,

Identity politics (again)

I had a conversation about identity politics the other day on Facebook. I noted in this post that I didn’t intend to say anything about

Lammy, Embery & Folau: free speech cases & what we learn from Evangelical reactions

I’ve been away on holiday this last week, so all the posts that have been coming out were scheduled before I left. I’ve had a

It can’t be morally good to close down debate about that which is morally good

I have previously commented on the furore surrounding the Parkfield Community School demonstrations. You can read my outlining of the key issues here. My purpose

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