Giving the government and lickspittle quangos powers to prevent legal discourse under a vague definition of ‘harm’ is something that we should all object to.
Britain’s TV regulator thinks that more of this sort of thing will encourage people to watch traditional TV channels again. They are mistaken.
Britain’s only worthwhile TV station finally launches an on-demand service.
The latest OFCOM report attempts to hype the dangers of unfettered thought online, but can’t hide the fact that viewing porn is now increasingly the norm.
Looking back at Britain’s most outrageous and chaotically inept television channel, the home of sex and violence, banned movies and disrupted broadcasts.
The UK government’s sudden and selective embrace of free speech is a little hard to swallow.
Looking back at the hysterical, evidence-free report on ‘sexualisation’ by Reg Bailey, the man the BBFC want to oversee their appeals committee.
How the shifting tides of acceptable language have transformed a plea for racial harmony into a racist tract.
Thirty years after Operation Spanner, the case of John O’Neill shows that BDSM is the consensual adult sexuality that it is still okay to demonise.