Gary Sweet, the CEO of Luton Town FC, spoke to RightsInfo about why he decided to issue a memo to supporters who were chanting in favour of Tommy Robinson.
Speech & Protest
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A British National Party member displayed a poster outside his house containing an inflammatory statement about Islam. He was convicted of a criminal offence. Mr Noorwood argued this breached his free expression rights - his case failed.