Tag Archives: Royal Charter

Vigil

Monday’s vigil seemed to come from nowhere.  It’s certainly nothing to do with Trans Media Watch.  It’s strongly positioned as a vigil of respect, not as a vigil of protest, for which I’m relieved.  I plan to be there, to show my respects to another trans person, harassed then monstered by a press who wouldn’t […]

The End of The World?

Do you hear the klaxons sound, warning of the sky falling in?  No?  Because, if you believe the press right now, one of our greatest liberties, the freedom of the press, has been frittered away by a cosy late-night deal between Hacked Off and senior politicians from all main parties, and approved by a vengeful […]