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Filtering in the UK: The hinterland of legality, where secrecy trumps court rulings

A slip during an interview revealed the sneaking suspicion of free thinkers. The UK government was no longer restricting itself to censoring web content which was illegal. It was going to start censoring content which it simply didn't like, Ian Dunt writes

Anything that stands in the way of a prisoner reading is wrong

alt informationWriter Ian Dunt, editor of politics.co.uk, and cartoonist Ben Jennings share their thoughts about the prison books ban.

The Labour bill that could end equality under the law

alt informationA bill would blur the boundaries of discrimination in the United Kingdom, so that it no longer refers only to who you are, but what you do. This would be a massive legal change. Ian Dunt reports