Below is an email recently received from 'a concerned student', and below it the response from Liberty GB's Policy Officer, Steve Evans.
The whole point of the canary in the coal mine is to warn of deadly danger. When the twittering stops and you turn round to find the little chap has breathed his last you have a choice: do...
In this sixth article in his series on culturist policy, Dr John K. Press turns his attention to education. (Note: Dr Press's views are not our policy, though they are close to those found in the...
"And what do they bring with them? I'd like to know. I like curry, I really like curry, but apart from curry I don't see anything that they've brought with them." Paul Weston, 25 March 2013
A review of AJ Liberphile's new book, How To Defeat The Islamic State: A Holistic Punk Analysis of Creative, Politically Incorrect Solutions to the World's Worst Nightmare of Tyranny and Terror,...
Frankie Boyle opens one of his Guardian pieces with the following words:
The leader of the Liberty GB party Paul Weston, who was arrested on Saturday for breaching a Section 27 Dispersal Notice, is now possibly facing imprisonment for 2 years.
Mr Weston, a candidate in the 22 May European Elections in the South East, was arrested on 26 April in front of Winchester Guildhall for quoting in public a passage critical of Islam written by Winston Churchill, using a megaphone.
He spent several hours in a cell at Winchester Police Station, after which the original charge of breaching a Section 27 Dispersal Notice was dropped and Mr Weston was 're-arrested' for a Racially Aggravated Crime, under Section 4 of the Public Order Act, which carries a potential prison sentence of 2 years.
He was then fingerprinted and obliged to submit to DNA sampling, following which he was bailed with a return date to Winchester Police on May 24th.
Had the woman who complained to the police made an official statement, Mr Weston would not have been released last night, but fortunately for him she did not.
The case is now being presented to the Crown Prosecution Service. If the CPS decides to prosecute, then Mr Weston will be arrested, awaiting trial, when he presents himself to the police on May 24th.