• http://twitter.com/Backbencher/status/261402318468177920/ @Backbencher

    Sleepwalking into an Orwellian Future: Section 5 MUST be reformed. http://t.co/Pihg9YRX

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    Sleepwalking into an Orwellian Future http://t.co/jWAqXrAd

  • Tom

    This is so true. One of my friends who is a law student watched a police officer use what he deemed unreasonable force. He said that’s assault and they chucked him in the back of a police van took him 20 miles away to the station. They even strip searched him, he wasn’t even drunk. Then they let him go with no charge the next morning and he had to pay 30£ for a taxi. The reality anyone can deem anything offensive and it is impossible to give offence you can only take it so how can it be law?

  • http://www.thebackbencher.co.uk Alex MacDonald

    Exactly, anything said could be understood as grossly offensive, so how can you police it fairly? You are not free to speak unless you are free to offend.

  • http://twitter.com/britishroses1/status/261458289223684096/ BevR (@britishroses1)

    Sleepwalking into an Orwellian Future http://t.co/UB941b25

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    Sleepwalking into an Orwellian Future http://t.co/XOazN2e2

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