Posts Tagged ‘free speech’

Comments Off on Journalistic Integrity and Ethics (or the current lack of it)

British journalism is broken. This should be obvious. Stories nowadays are twisted to elicit the most emotional response,  usually to scare. In the main the news is no longer reported; it is sensationalized! Oh and a story being true, this appears to be an optional extra for some publications. Also for a long time I […]

Comments Off on “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”

I believe that the decision by the judges to hold a closed trial for Anders Breivik is flawed. And not just because it is anathema to the basic principle of free speech. Firstly and foremost I think families of those killed, the country as a whole and to a lesser extent the rest of the […]