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

Folau, GoFundMe, discrimination and feigning progress

I have previously written about the Israel Folau case here and here. I don’t intend to offer any more comment on the case itself because

On being blocked & the rules of engagement

An old friend of mine blocked me some time ago on Twitter. I feel sad about it in a general way but I’m not specifically

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

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