Should I have the right to say or write what I want, no matter whom it offends?

The perspective of Freedom of Speech is positive and a basic human right that every Man, Woman and Child should be entitled too. The discussion regarding whether society should have the right to say and write what they want no matter who it offends has been debated extensively over the 328 years since the development of the British Bill of Rights in 1689. This was the first instance of freedom of speech not only for parliament, for the citizens of Britain, which inspired much of the western world to follow. Furthermore, I am in favour of the viewpoint suggesting a line must be drawn in order to preserve and protect humanity. (more…)

David Lammy Review Seminar- An Overview (Review)

An important issue of racism and racial prejudice in the Legal System that the UK faces. Even though it has come a long way, there is still a long way to go, and the possible suggestions to combat issue, with some personal comments added after. This article was written by Victoria Gosling, at Stuart Miller Solicitors, find the link below, and poses some very interesting data from the Lammy Review, and other sources.