Tag Archives: suppression of free speech

Suppressing Anti-Royal Protest in Britain is Fine, But Other Countries’ Free Speech Suppression is Bad

The right to protest, fragile and meekly protected by the judiciary in Britain’s common law tradition, did not really hold much force till European law confirmed it.  In the UK, condemning other countries for suppressing rights to protest is standard fare. 

Continue reading Suppressing Anti-Royal Protest in Britain is Fine, But Other Countries’ Free Speech Suppression is Bad