Monday, May 27, 2013

Hate preachers face ban from British TV... and Google could be forced by law to block extremist websites

Home Secretary Theresa may condemned the BBC and other broadcasters for interviewing 'disgusting' extremist cleric Anjem Choudary (pictured) after the murder of soldier Lee Rigby (inset). The move is the most dramatic attempt to gag those who peddle extremist views since the Thatcher government's 1988 ban on IRA spokesmen being heard on TV, which led to the words of Gerry Adams being read out by an actor.