Free speech in Britain

In today’s UK, if you express an unpopular opinion, you can expect a visit from the police:

After witnessing a gay pride march, committed Christian Pauline Howe wrote to the council to complain that the event had been allowed to go ahead.

But instead of a simple acknowledgement, she received a letter warning her she might be guilty of a hate crime and that the matter had been passed to police.

Two officers later turned up at the frightened grandmother’s home and lectured her about her choice of words before telling her she would not be prosecuted.

There’s no need to prosecute. I’m sure she learned her lesson.

(Via the Corner.)

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