Andrew Tettenborn

Andrew Tettenborn is Professor of Law at the University of Swansea. He specialises in private, commercial and maritime law.

Andrew Tettenborn says the trend of redefining certain terms not only hinders social communication but is also almost literally Orwellian

Is it right that Britain should be forced to extradite the political agitators of other EU states?

In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling that Uber drivers are ‘workers’, Conservatives must now show themselves to be champions of workers’ rights

Even though the Chinese English-language news channel can be pretty poisonous, Andrew Tettenborn questions whether it should be banned

Now that we have left the EU, the UK government no longer needs to pander to pressure groups like Wild Justice

There is no reason why broadcasters should not be like newspapers: free to say what they like, within the law

New provisions in the Trade Bill run the risk of putting a serious spanner in the delicately balanced works of international trade

Is it actually the function of our cultural institutions to reflect society as divided into arbitrary interest groups; and, even so, is it any business of the state, acting through Ofcom?

The reaction to the government’s Independent Human Rights Act Review suggests we are in distinct danger of succumbing to a destructively progressive cult

New hate crime proposals could make Northern Ireland the least free part of the UK