Tag: DPA


Is kink the new canary in the coal mine?

Guy Herbert of NO2ID has a short post on Samizdata highlighting the government’s fresh assault on civil liberty: free political expression on the internet. This is, of course, a natural development after successfully implementing the Dangerous Pictures Act. The more intelligent amongst our government and bureaucracy are probably aware that […]


Not a victim, not a perpetrator

Last weekend, the Libertarian Alliance conference featured one particularly broad platform offering three perspectives on liberty, ranging from the arch-conservative Sean Gabb to the leftwing James Panton. The discussion revealed plenty of healthy disagreement on the proper future of liberty in the United Kingdom but there was a surprising level […]