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Freedom of speech to be withdrawn

The centuries old right to freedom of speech is to be withdrawn by the Labour Government in a new amendment added to the Terrorism Act 2006 yesterday. It had previously gone unnoticed as no one was allowed to talk about it.

It has been often debated, inside and outside courts on how far and to what extent people have free speech. Today it has been made clear - not an iota.

Politicians and civil servants will be exempt, but it does not include the Royal family or members of the household. Some newspapers will be free from restrictions, but this depends on donations they make to the Labour party and to how far and to what extent they will support Gordon Brown.

The European Parliament will be holding an emergency meeting as this is seen to contravene the Human Rights Act. It is likely there will be extensive penalties if it goes to extra time in Brussels. Leaked information from the Office of We Love Gordon indicates there could be a compromise where there will be a charge for speech, paid speech could be introduced by end of year.

Home Office officials refused to say anything but did hand out a blank statement, which said nothing.

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Anonymous said...

This is true;

"Everyone is in favor of free speech. Hardly a day passes without its being extolled, but some people's idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone else says anything back, that is an outrage."
-- Winston Churchill

Anonymous said...

The chinese have free speech and free executions!

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