“I hate Christians,” said the young woman — let’s call her ‘Maya’ — who was standing next to me in 1998. I was attending a demonstration that day against the proliferation of nuclear power in the UK. This is not something I would be particularly inclined to demonstrate against these days; nevertheless, there I was.
On 30 September the BBC spectacularly reversed its ruling over whether Naga Munchetty had broken its editorial guidelines in making comments about Donald Trump on BBC Breakfast. The BBC’s Director-General (one might say ‘Directionless-General’) Lord Hall personally stepped in to overturn the previous ruling. The whole episode proved an embarrassment for the BBC. Whatever the
Well done to the Telegraph for reporting yesterday (4 July) on the danger to freedom of expression in our universities caused by student unions’ attempts to ban pro-life and Christian societies from having a platform owing to “hypersensitivity.” David Isaac, chair of the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), said that universities must not allow
Yesterday (3 July) the UK Court of Appeal reached an important and welcome decision in favour of freedom of expression in the case of Felix Ngole vs. University of Sheffield. Felix Ngole was a mature student in social work at the University. He was expelled from his course in 2016 following an anonymous complaint to