Anna Soubry inadvertently bolsters those seeking to curtail academic freedom

There have been a couple of stories hitting the headlines regarding free speech of late. First, there was the nonsense surrounding Anna Soubry. There are

A Grenfell Tower bonfire is offensive and disgusting. It still shouldn’t be an arrestable offence.

Yesterday, I came across this tweet online: Five arrests have been made in London in connection with the video posted online of a bonfire party

The troubling consequences of the ECHR affirming sharia blasphemy laws

If you haven’t yet seen it, it is worth reading the judgement from the European Court of Human Rights in the case of E.S. v. Austria – 38450/12. It

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

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