Protest Under Siege

Under the cover of the culture war, the government is introducing a wave of authoritarian legislation designed to erode our democratic rights. But the only way to defend the right to protest is to exercise it.

Illustration by Paul Hallows

Imagine if we had a pound for every high-profile commentator or government minister who complains about cancel culture from their so-obviously-not-cancelled media or parliamentary platform. Without an ounce of irony, many household names bemoan the death of free speech in personal prose while giving scant regard to those whose language is one of solidarity and […]

Sorry, but this article is available to subscribers only. Please log in or become a subscriber.

{{ error }}
Forgot Password Icon Forgot your password?
{{ forgot_error }}
{{ forgot_success }}