People should be as offensive as they wish. But in Britain the police can decide whose views to ban. Read more.
Category: law & order
If governments really want to improve law and order, they should ban adverts for junk food Read more.
New technological advances could make us susceptible to perpetual surveillance Read more.
The new crime bill permits the police to stop almost any demonstration. Read more.
The act which came into force this week could make terrorists of us all Read more.
New market “freedoms” need the help of old-fashioned authoritarianism Read more.
In the name of preventing violence, the government is being asked to ban peaceful protest Read more.
Corporations are asserting their “human rights” to exploit the rest of us. Read more.
When the law is wrong it must be challenged. That’s progress Read more.
Britain’s libel laws allow the rich and powerful to silence the excluded Read more.
Britain has started the biggest civil rights clampdown in recent history Read more.
The powerful enjoy immunity, while the law treats the powerless ever more harshly Read more.
Government agencies are making us pay throught the nose for our right to know Read more.
As the security services seek to justify their existence, harmless activists are being treated as terrorists Read more.
Old plant varieties have been criminalised by a series of draconian laws intended to protect big corporations Read more.