Even though the Chinese English-language news channel can be pretty poisonous, Andrew Tettenborn questions whether it should be banned
There is no reason why broadcasters should not be like newspapers: free to say what they like, within the law
Rather than reflecting the opinions of the people, under Ofcom’s new code televised media risks becoming a tool to enforce conformity
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 head of Ofcom thinks it’s “extremely inappropriate” to have guests that disagree with trans activists
Good news from court, but the fact that it got this far shows it’s an uphill struggle for freedom of speech
It is high time we liberated our airwaves