Censorship in any form for any reason is counterproductive and pointless in the age of the internet. It may make us feel slightly better about what has happened, but it won't stop the next atrocity happening.
One of the men who brutally killed Fusilier Lee Rigby is suing for compensation two years after his teeth were knocked out
There Was 'Increased Activism' At Greenwich University While Lee Rigby Killer Was A Student, Report Reveals
There was evidence of "increased activism" at Greenwich University during the time that one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers
A teenager who idolised the killers of Lee Rigby was arrested as he made his way to behead a British soldier, a court heard
More must be done to tackle online crime, and Facebook should cooperate. But expectations of pre-emptive screening of social media content to detect threats are fantasy. Suggestions of wide-scale, pre-emptive internet surveillance probably aren't nefarious, 'Orwellian' attempts to watch our every move; but they do misunderstand what's really possible when dealing with the internet.
We must approach today's report with calm and thoughtfulness. We should recognise that surveillance of an entire population is both an unacceptable intrusion on our freedoms and creates nothing more than a chilling effect on free expression for anyone communicating in, or with, the UK.
One of the killers of Lee Rigby, Michael Adebolajo, has had the first stage of his appeal rejected - all at the cost of the
Memorial or Ideological Advertisement? Lee Rigby and What We Should Actually Remember About Soldiers
We're just over a week away from the first anniversary of the death of Lee Rigby. The soldier, wearing a Help for Heroes
Lee Rigby killer Michael Adebolajo has launched an appeal against his whole-life prison sentence for the murder which would
Asked to comment, Hundal told HuffPost UK: "I now plan to trim my beard more like a Sikh one, than a Muslim one." Mensch