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2,445 views • June 14, 2022

Project Challenges Ideology Disguised as Law

Capitol Report
Capitol Report
In January 2019, ex-police officer Harry Miller was contacted by Humberside police, after he tweeted a limerick that was critical of transgender people. Even though no crime had been committed, the police recorded the post as a non-crime hate incident. He’s since won a legal challenge, with the Court of Appeal ruling that the police guidance was wrongly used and had a chilling effect on his freedom of speech. He’s now launched the Bad Law Project to help others who find themselves in the same situation.
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