Law

The injustice of ‘hate crime’ laws.

Nobody should be jailed for a perceived ‘hate crime’ when they have done no physical harm to anybody or actual damage to any property. Bias in the justice system is demonstrated when such persons receive custodial sentences while violent and sexual offenders, or indeed those on the left who blatantly promote political violence, walk free. …

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Macron & Jenrick issue warnings to migrants who sow “division and hate”

The UK government has begun revoking the visas of foreign nationals who spread “hate and division”. Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick said that immigrants who “fall below the standard we expect in our country” will be expelled from the UK, saying that the process has “already begun”. This came after the prime minister last week threatened …

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Andrew Griffith

Government and banks now care about your free speech. They said so

It’s been hard to miss all the media’s coverage of Nigel Farage and the closure of his Coutts bank account. If you’re not up to speed on the story, you can find our take here. In the most recent development, the heads of the biggest British banks have met with Andrew Griffith, the financial services …

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EXCLUSIVE: List of banks closing accounts of political activists & a proposal for change

Last month, Nigel Farage had his bank account at Coutts shutdown and was denied a new account by several other banking groups. Using a Subject Access Request, Farage has obtained 36-pages outlining the real reasons for the closure. Reading from the pages, Farage says it was discussed that he engages in “commentry and behaviours that …

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