Harry Miller, a former police officer who was questioned by the police for a supposed 'transphobic tweet', has won his case in the High Court.
The court found that the Police's actions were 'disproportionate interference' on Mr Miller's right to freedom of expression.
Mr Justice Julian Knowles said the effect of police turning up at Mr Miller's place of work "because of his political opinions must not be underestimated".
But he saved the most damning words for his summing-up:
"In this country we have never had a Cheka, a Gestapo or a Stasi. We have never lived in an Orwellian society."
This will hopefully send a clear message to the Trans community who have so readily lept to vague laws to shut down debate, and to Police forces around the country who facilitate their behaviour under some misguided ’Common Purpose’ ideology.
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