Local DJ Alex Dyke of BBC Radio Solent has banned Fairytale of New York by the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl because it’s too rude for Christmas. The 57-year-old broadcaster tweeted ‘Radio, let’s ban Fairytale Of New York this Christmas! ”You’re a slut on junk, you scumbag, cheap lousy f****t” – […]
Consumerwatchfoundation stands up for freedom – freedom of speech, freedom of opinion and freedom of thought. But we do not support freedom to bully and ridicule … in this article Eric Wiltsher, broadcaster and writer, tells the tale of trying to share opinions on Facebook, a platform which so long ago gave so many the freedom to speak out … but Eric exposes how so many today abuse that privilege.
Some people have no Mr Brains do they! Faggot, a good old fashioned word gone puff! because of the internet. None of the world’s politically peevish geeks or brain-less robots seem to realise that faggots are part of our embroidered past, a bundle of sticks by any other name from […]
Ex-British politician Nick Clegg, the new multi-million face of Facebook, has finally removed his wife’s personal attack on bosses at the Daily Mail. Sir Nick, who pledged to change the uncaring, porn-ridden, robot-driven profile of the planet’s biggest social media site is generally considered to have been conspicuous by his […]
Compulsory age and identity checks are expected to be imposed on internet pornography in the UK next month. The government originally planned the use the scheme in 2017 to protect under-18s from seeing images of sexual images on their computers under the Digital Economy Act. And already porn giants like […]
A decade ago England joined the rest of the UK and banned smoking in pubs and public buildings marking a fundamental change in attitudes towards the ubiquitous cigarette. The Government banned smoking in all enclosed public and work places in England in July 2007. Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales had […]
The owner of the UK’s Samuel Smith chain of pubs has apparently banned swearing and told staff they could be sacked for not stopping bad language in the bars. Humphrey Smith, in his 70s, who owns the Tadcaster-based company along with his brother Oliver, is also said to be travelling […]