How do you insult someone legally?
BBC Magazine

Free speech campaign on Public Order Act and insults
BBC Daily Politics

Lib Dem policy goes viral as ‘Reform Section 5′ campaign launched
Liberal Democrat Voice

Why insults are a political issue
The Guardian

These petty laws are an insult to the public

It must be every Englishman’s right to call Prezza a chimp
Quentin Letts

MPs and campaigners unite to oppose law which ‘bans insults’ saying it threatens freedom of speech
Daily Mail

UK law that bans insulting words faces opposition
Times of India

Law banning insulting words and behaviour ‘has to end’
BBC News

This ban on insults is a gag on free speech
Evening Standard, Editorial

Peter Tatchell’s right, we don’t need a law against hurt feelings
The Guardian

Free speech campaigners: ‘Feel free to insult us’

Why repealing the law against ‘insulting’ language would be a victory for free speech and common sense
Daily Mail

Your horse is gay: MP’s campaign group wants insulting language law scrapped
Evening Standard

Free speech ‘strangled by law that bans insults’ and is abused by over-zealous police and prosecutors
Daily Mail

Should insulting someone be against the law?
Radio 4 Today Programme

The Mail supports the broad coalition of MPs and religious, secularist and free-speech campaigners calling on the Home Secretary to amend the law.
Daily Mail Comment

Law banning insulting language ‘is strangling free speech’
The Daily Telegraph

Pressure on Home Secretary to improve free speech law
The Christian Institute

Home Secretary under pressure to reform Public Order Act
National Secular Society

Odd allies for Sammy Wilson in fight for the right to be offensive
The Belfast Telegraph

Devon Humanists say reform the Public Order Act to protect Free Speech
This Is Devon