Counter-speech is the more appropriate answer to concerns about Twitter’s and other social media’s echochamber
While we don't yet know what those arrested in reaction the Woolwich atrocity have said, it is concerning how police acting on words can serve to assist the Islamists' end goal
Controversial blogger and prolific tweeter Old Holborn is being interviewed by police. This demonstrates exactly why free speech has to be defended
If people want a free society and free speech, they must defend the right to offend
Whilst it is not wise to deliberately cause offence, some people quite simply need to develop thicker skins and grow up
The right not to be offended has no place in a democracy. Nor do blasphemy laws
Over 70 percent of abuses carried out on journalists are committed by Venezuelan government officials, says the General Secretary of the National Union of Press Workers
Liberals used to mock conservatives for worrying that violent and sexually explicit movies could have an impact on audiences - now they don't question it.
Another busy week between Surrey, London and Brussels, capped off with some good news, but with the usual measure of EU lunacy between...
It is high time we rolled back the culture of offence and reaffirmed our commitment to that most fundamental of rights - freedom of speech
It's little wonder that today's progressives reject Evelyn Beatrice Hall's noble paraphrasing of Voltaire - the success of the left-wing socio-political agenda relies upon deliberate suppression
The glaring discrepancy between the Court’s invention of new rights nowhere to be found in the ECHR and its hostility towards free speech underscores the urgent need for reform
Extremists often hide behind the Western ideal of 'freedom of speech' - but does this give them the freedom to hate and incite violence?
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