Boarding a tube train whilst Brazilian hasn’t yet been established as sufficient reason to be lawfully killed, but Sir Michael Wright, the coroner in charge of the inquest into the death of Jean Charles de Menezes, has at least ruled that shooting dead a passenger going about their every day business on public transport is not “unlawful.” […]
Journalistic scrutiny of the UK police (and the armed forces and intelligence services, btw) is about to be severely restricted thanks to the Counter-Terrorism Bill.
Britain’s journalism union, the NUJ, has released a 9′ video detailing the problems faced by “media workers” (reporter proletarians?) covering demonstrations. It’s below: