An ex-police officer has won a legal challenge against a national policy for forces to record gender-critical views as non-crime “hate incidents”.
Humberside Police visited Harry Miller in January 2020 after a complaint over alleged transphobic tweets he made.
It was recorded on a national database as a non-crime hate incident.
But the Court of Appeal ruled on Monday the guidance was wrongly used and it had a “chilling effect” on Mr Miller’s freedom of speech.
Read article: Harry Miller: Legal victory after alleged transphobic tweets – BBC News
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