Mr Miller won a legal challenge against Humberside Police after they recorded a ‘non-crime hate incident’ against him
When Harry Miller took his oath to join the police in 1989, he – like all aspiring officers – pledged to operate to the best of his ability without fear or favour.
“What’s happened now is that the police have started operating in fear and with favour,” Mr Miller said. “We need a return to how it used to be.”
Mr Miller today won a landmark legal challenge against Humberside Police after they recorded a ‘non-crime hate incident’ against him for sharing an allegedly “transphobic” limerick on social media.
Read article: ‘It takes ordinary people to stand up and say no’: Harry Miller on his landmark free speech case against the police