Censorship

The internet democratised speech but with the new Online Safety Bill, politicians and the media are trying to put the genie back in the bottle

It is a strange world we live in when a musician’s personal politics leads to as much uproar as Winston Marshall’s case has

If there’s one thing that unites elite British artists today, it’s that they’re all performatively woke or shamefully silent

Tuesday’s Queen’s Speech to parliament confirmed that the government is yet to decide where it stands on freedom of speech

The government’s Online Safety Bill will make us more like the autocracies that propagate disinformation

Cancel culture is a straitjacket on the free expression of ideas, and democracy cannot hope to function when antagonists are muzzled

The removal of Parler from app stores has made it clear that online opinions exist at the sufferance of those providing the soap box

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?

Spoiled beaks and free thought at Eton

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