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REGARDLESS OF FRONTIERS
AC Grayling:
Why free expression matters

FREE SPEECH FOR ALL
Aryeh Neier:
Standing up for the racists

VIEW FROM IRAN
Shirin Ebadi
: Free speech under threat

RETURN TO OZ
John Mortimer:
Obscenity on trial

60 Years of Free Speech and Censorship

SEEDS OF SPRING
Ivan Klíma:
A rebellion against censorship

MY RIGHT TO OFFEND
Taslima Nasrin:
My right to offend

Martin Rowsom: Stripsearch

THE GRAND ILLUSION
Ma Jian:
Breaking through the silence

MURDER IN IRAQ
Sarwa Abdul Wahab Al Darwish and Irada Al Jabbouri:
In memory of a great spirit

EXTREMISM AND THE LAW

THREATS AND PROMISES
Ken Macdonald:
The fault line between freedom and security

ARTICLES OF TERROR
Imran Khan:
The consequences of legislation

A SECTION TOO FAR?
John Burton:
The scope of unacceptable speech

ANATOMY OF AN ACT
David Bentley:
How the law was drafter

NATIONAL HEALTH
Dominic Grieve:
The need for tolerance

DRAWING THE LINE
Tony McNulty:
Outlawing actions, not thoughts

OUT OF BOUNDS
Kenan Malik:
A culture of censorship

REALITY OF EXTREMES
Sabin Malik:
The government is missing its target

THE POLITICS OF TERROR
Conor Gearty:
Manufacturing the climate of fear

HISTORY LESSONS
Usama Hasan:
Islam’s tradition of debate

BIG CHILL
Richard Watson:
The perils of reporting terrorism

A KNOCK AT THE DOOR
Shiv Malik:
In defence of press freedom

BENEATH CONTEMPT
Louis Christian:
Sensationalist journalism goes unchecked

TALL STORIES
Rania Khan:
Media accounts of Muslims do not add up

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