freedom of speech

There have been quite a few takes on the #GammonGate saga. Some have observed what they see as harmless fun, others see racism
How do we define websites, groups and individuals who stay the right side of our hate crime laws but whistle the tune which advances the rhetoric of violent extremism?
The new announcement on guaranteeing free speech in universities places the Minister closer to the tabloid press than to the NUS
Minister questions 'hostility against unpopular opinions'.
It’s good to remember too that there is no such thing as a closed social media group despite your privacy settings.
Avoiding the risk of causing anger is not the same as showing respect -- it could well be the opposite.
It is quite pleasant, in a macabre sort of way, to be able to look the at the goings on in Europe and for once not feel that the UK are the centre of the storm, due to the latest drama in the ongoing Brexit soap opera. Due to this, I have been following the struggles of the Catalonian referendum, declaration of independence and subsequent fall out with a great deal of interest.
"It's only words, and words are all I have, to take your heart away" Let's hope that this is the first, last, and only time
It's these ugly memories that stoke my passion for freedom of expression, for freedom of the press and other media.
At this juncture in our fragile democracy we need to support journalists.