Ashers bakery “gay cake” ruling, implications and observations

Yesterday, I offered a recap of the Ashers Bakery case that was being heard in the Supreme Court. You can read that here. The ruling

Ashers “gay cake” ruling due today: a recap of what is at stake

I have gone spoken about the Asher’s Bakery case here, here, here and here. Over four years after the infamous cake at the centre of

Police involvement in non-crime ‘hate incidents’ is nothing short of totalitarian

Yesterday, I saw South Yorkshire Police put out the following tweet: In addition to reporting hate crime, please report non-crime hate incidents, which can include

What should we make of Boris Johnson’s burqa comments?

Unless you’ve had your head in the sand – or you’re not the from the UK – you will have heard about Boris Johnson’s latest

Compelled speech and behaviour: a case in point

I mentioned a few days ago that I was concerned that we were moving away from a situation of permissiveness that allows room for conscientious

John Bercow wants to privilege gay rights over religious freedom. Here’s why that’s a problem

It should come as no surprise to anybody that the establishment generally think LGBT+ rights to be really quite important. But it is now becoming

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