Category: Freedom of Speech

Evangelist not guilty in Tesco case

A Christian evangelist has been found not guilty of a public order offence after he handed out leaflets criticising Tesco’s decision to donate £30,000 to the 2012 London Gay Pride parade. Raj Bhachoo, a Christian Voice member, was arrested, kept in a police cell for hours and charged with “threatening, abusive or insulting words or …

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Nationwide in ‘Bigot’ award challenge

Christian Voice Press Release – 10.40 hrs 14th July 2012 The Nationwide Building Society is to be challenged over its association with the Stonewall ‘Bigot of the Year’ award at its AGM this coming Thursday. Stephen Green, who was shortlisted for the award last November along with Sir Brian Souter, Bishop Arthur Roche, Bill Walker …

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Atheist pensioner insults intelligence

The website of Richard Dawkins is full of the story of a pensioner in Lincolnshire who has allegedly been told by police not to display an ‘insulting’ poster rubbishing religion. The story has also appeared on the website of the National Secular Society. Atheists have been desparate to find just one case where the police try …

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Bus Ads Expose Homosexual U-Turn

A blog on the Daily Telegraph has shown how the bus advert storm has highlighted a homosexual activist U-Turn. Brendan O’Neill, editor of Spiked, says it used to be ‘the gays’ who emphasised their choice of sexuality and said they had a right to whatever orientation and lifestyle they wanted. Now, he says, organisations like Stonewall …

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Christian ‘Not Guilty’ in Stonewall email case

Christian Voice Press Release – 19.00 hrs Wednesday 7th March 2012 Christian ‘Not Guilty’ in Stonewall email case Stonewall witness fails to show A Christian had a malicious communication case against him for sending a strongly-worded email to the Stonewall lobby group dismissed this afternoon when the only prosecution witness failed to turn up. Raj …

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Edmund Burke Would Not Be Pleased

On this very day (4 November) in 1789, the Frenchman Charles-Jean-François Depont wrote to Edmund Burke MP, requesting that he endorse the Revolution that had just broken out in France. Burke’s response to Charles-Jean turned into one of the most celebrated political tracts in history, and for good reason. Not only did Burke’s Reflections on …

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Petition for freedom of speech

September 15, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Homosexual activists are pressuring PayPal to cut off the accounts of pro-family Christian organizations that oppose the homosexual political agenda and uphold sexual morality, and PayPal is showing signs that it may capitulate to their demands. The homosexual organization behind the effort, All Out, claims that such organizations as Tradition, …

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Election Leaflet Was ‘Hate Crime’

CHRISTIAN PREACHER CHARGED FOR OFFENDING GAYS Colchester Magistrates are to hear the case of a Christian man accused of a public order offence in two weeks’ time. Paul Shaw was charged by Essex Police with a ‘hate crime’ after an election address was distributed in Colchester calling – in very moderate language – for a …

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No Equality For Christians Depiste Free Speech Clause

Christians today welcomed the stand taken on freedom of speech by the House of Lords. Their Lordships refused to give way to the House of Commons, which wanted to make it illegal for Christians to criticise the sexual practices and lifestyles of homosexuals. By a majority of 44 (179 to 135) peers rejected the Government’s …

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CV Meetings in Northern Ireland

CHRISTIANS OF NORTHERN IRELAND : LIFT UP YOUR VOICE LIKE A TRUMPET (Isa 58:1)! Stephen Green of Christian Voice is visiting Northern Ireland to set out his vision of a Christian society at a time when the politics of Northern Ireland is creating fresh challenges and opportunities for witness. Thursday 9th October 2008, 8pm – …

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