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In 1977, the Russian dissident Alexander Ginzburg -- whose detention and sentencing almost a decade earlier helped to spur the creation of Index on Censorship -- was again arrested by the Soviet authorities.
Degree leader Matt Grimes asks why censorship issues have arisen at UK universities -- the very places that should be open to competing ideas and consistency.
The desire to believe in the purity of a text leads to dangerous places, writes Padraig Reidy
Orwell was less than impressed with inaccurate use of English. Padraig Reidy feels the same
The petition against Maajid Nawaz is deeply offensive, says Padraig Reidy
It's important to look ugly arguments in the eye, says Padraig Reidy
Human Right’s lawyer, Keir Starmer, who has just completed a five year stint as Director of Public Prosecutions for the Crown Prosecution Service, has been active in drawing up guidelines for sensitive areas of criminal law. Julia Farrington writes
A response to the Media Standards Trust's Martin Moore
On the eve of International Day to End Impunity, the murderers of a Belfast journalist still evade justice, writes Padraig Reidy
The question anyone who defends free speech gets asked most frequently is "Where do you draw the line?" The announcement by Facebook today that it will allow users to post videos of beheadings is bound to raise that question, Padraig Reidy writes