Once again, Britain’s self-appointed advertising censors are allowing a handful of tutting moralists to dictate what everyone else can see.
Manchester’s former Chief Constable and moral puritan James Anderton has died.
Let’s not allow outrage at inappropriate workplace behaviour by an MP to further embolden the moralising opportunists.
The anti-porn campaigner Julie Bindel is making outrageous, untrue claims about the monstrousness of adult entertainment – and not for the first time.
A VoxPop study of public attitudes towards strict film censorship in 1964.
A visual guide to forbidden advertising from the modern age.
The exotic world of the late-night drinking den and non-stop exotic cabaret is explored in this classic Pathé News short.
Censoring adult entertainment does not reduce demand – it just allows fraudsters, blackmailers and corruption to flourish.
Politicians and campaigners fear that a new branch of the self-declared ‘delightfully tacky’ fast-food chain will bring the sky falling down – but they’re wrong.
Selectively blocking individual Twitter feeds in specific countries will not placate the censorial and feels like the thin end of the wedge.
Years after abandoning it as an unworkable security nightmare, the UK government’s age verification rules are back – and are actually worse than ever.
Why do people put so much time and effort into pretending that the opinions of the person on the street actually matter?