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(When all the equipment was finally released in November, the police refused to return it to me but demanded I make a 240-mile, six-hour round trip to London and somehow lug back two hefty desktop PCs and everything else on the train.Eventually a kindly officer from Avon & Somerset Police who was on business in London agreed to bring them back with him to his home station in Bridgwater, somewhat more conveniently located a mere two-and-a-quarter-hour round trip from Bath, assuming light traffic.) But anyway, sanity had eventually prevailed, so it came as quite a shock this week to see a guilty verdict handed down to Mark “Count Dankula” Meechan, a You Tube user from Coatbridge who in 2016 had posted a video of his girlfriend’s pet pug, which he’d taught to raise a paw in a “Hitler salute” when he said (The joke being that she thought the dog so adorably cute, it would be funny to teach it to react enthusiastically to the worst and most unarguably wrong cue phrase he could think of.And while that’s bad enough, it’s a particularly big problem when the only media you have on your side is social and online media, because – and we didn’t know this until now – the rules about “offensive” comment are completely different, and far more stringent, for online sources compared to traditional non-electronic media.

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It is now an inescapable and undefendable crime, in other words, just to have someone THINK that you were THINKING something illegal when you committed an otherwise totally lawful act.

Your thoughts alone – or rather, simply your thoughts – can now be criminal in and of themselves. If you need that verified or just want to know where it ends, go and ask someone in Catalonia.

She remains in limbo waiting to hear if a prosecution for hate crime will be launched.

But what does all this have to do with the price of stamps in an independent Scotland?

The answer, starkly, is that there is now no longer any effective freedom of speech anywhere in the UK.

Literally anything you say can now – if someone chooses to find it or believes without any reason or evidence that it was motivated by prejudice – result in your arrest, prosecution and imprisonment.The person accusing you doesn’t even have to be the “victim”, if there is one at all. And – quite aside from how utterly terrifying that is in its own right – we presumably don’t need to point out how it applies to campaigners for Scottish independence.In the first referendum the No camp contented itself with merely vilifying Yes supporters in the media, not actually persecuting them.And despite some lighter moments than the two previous films.....may also be the most violent, if judging by body count alone.And just as quietly as the page appeared, it was changed, and no longer contains any of the text about things not being criminal offences. (And however it’s worded, the original version reveals unmistakeably what the police mindset now is on the subject.) So let’s imagine you say something mildly disobliging to someone in the pub – , for the sake of argument.

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