A West End theatre will stage shows for an all-black audience to ensure ticket holders will be free from the “white gaze”.
The Met Police is assessing a report of hate speech made against Lee Anderson, and the former Tory MP could now face a police investigation after saying that Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, was controlled by Islamists.
A number of UK universities – including prestigious Russell Group institutions – have launched “an overt attack on intellectual freedom”, issuing staff and student training courses that define the expression of perfectly lawful beliefs as “microaggressions”.
The UK government’s shadowy Counter Disinformation Unit may recently have been rebranded as the National Security Online Information Team, but it continues to face criticisms regarding its targeting of lawful online dissent, and the opacity of its operations.
A longstanding Guardian writer is boycotting the newspaper over an article that failed to inform readers that a cat killer who went on to murder a stranger was transgender.
Amid warnings that the Israel-Hamas conflict is a “generational radicalising moment”, private security is being deployed to protect MPs who refuse to comply with demands from pro-Palestine activists that they back an immediate, permanent ceasefire in Gaza.
A West Yorkshire Police officer who arrested an autistic teenage girl on suspicion of committing a ‘hate crime’ after she told her “You look like my lesbian nana” has been ordered to undergo reflective training following an investigation by the police complaints watchdog for England and Wales.
FSU General Secretary Toby Young was a guest on BBC Radio 4’s World at One on Friday 23rd February, where he debated whether Islamic extremism poses a threat to parliamentary democracy with Labour peer Baroness Shami Chakrabarti.
Veteran former Tory MP Bob Stewart has had his conviction for a racially aggravated public order offence quashed at Southwark Crown Court.
Wealthy individuals and companies will be prevented from making spurious legal claims to gag journalists and silence critics through a landmark ‘anti-Slapp’ bill that gained Government support this week.
The Writers’ Advisory Council of the FSU has written to the Council of the Royal Society of Literature to express its concerns at the Society’s failure to issue any statement concerning the mobbing and cancellation of Kate Clanchy, and its failure to properly condemn the violent attack on Sir Salman...
In what is being described as “a dark day for our democracy”, the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, last night broke with Parliamentary convention by allowing Labour MPs to vote for an amendment to an SNP motion calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Following a four-week ‘hate speech’ investigation, the European Parliament has formally reprimanded a Flemish MEP for referring to the EU’s asylum policy as a form of “organised replacement” during a plenary debate.
Elon Musk, the owner of social media platform X, has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by a Norwegian lawmaker who praised the billionaire as a “stout proponent for free speech”.