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David Cameron sued for breaching freedom of speech #ToryShame

An unemployed man is suing Prime Minister David Cameron for £1 million in a battle over freedom of speech.

Jobseeker Harvey Stone claims he was unlawfully prosecuted for sending the government an email protesting against their treatment of the unemployed.

The father of one, of  Holten-le-Clay, Lincolnshire, says his struggle to find a job has been made infinitely harder after he sent a “protest email” to the government over George Osbourne‘s “Help to Work” scheme, and was charged with a criminal offence as a result.

Source –  Grimsby Telegraph,  11 July  2014

This isn’t the first time people have been arrested for giving their opinions to Cameron:

Stuart Rodger was sentenced for shouting at Cameron.

Bethan Tichborne was arrested for yelling at Cameron. 

David Cameron sued for breaching freedom of speech #ToryShame

David Cameron sued for breaching freedom of speech #ToryShame

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4 Comments

  1. LJ Graham says:

    freedom what freedom ????????????????

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  2. Stuart says:

    Without knowing the letter contents how can anyone comment?

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  3. Catherine says:

    OMG, and we have the absolute CHEEK to talk abt countries like old Russia & North Korea for dictatorship……ooops! Am I going to be arrested now too??

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  4. mia says:

    I don’t particulary care what words were used, if U swore @ some1, U wouldn’t get arrested Y? Is CaMoron any different.

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