Unite Against Fascism doesn't understand freedom of expression. This is not exactly an issue of justice, but it illustrates a blind spot in justice and public opinion to do with political correctness. All too often this sort of thinking results in people being prosecuted or persecuted for "unacceptable" speech. http://uaf.org.uk/2011/08/sign-now-support-the-right-to-march-against-edl-racists-and-fascists/
"Prevent" officers expecting universities to spy on disaffected Muslim students. https://twitter.com/#!/flayman/status/108470225162350592
Met Police issue Criminal Justice and Public Order Act section 60 blanket orders for all of London over 48 hours of Notting Hill Carnival. This is a ridiculous stretch of legislation allowing random stop and search designed to deal with specific localities, now apparently covering entire cities. http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s60_and_s60aa_authorisations_28t
A mother pleads not guilty to Serious Crime Act charges in magistrates' court, claiming her BBM message was a joke. Magistrates still seem to think she should be indicted. This is, I believe, the first case of its kind where the defendant entered a plea of not guilty at the arraignment. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/mother-denies-trying-to-incite-riot-2347452.html
Coalition government U-turns on scaling back emergency terror laws. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/government-move-to-relocate-terror-suspects-2347547.html
...And really, anything else you think is worthy of a post if we agree. We may cover one or more of these topics in the meantime. Hope to hear from you. Let's show these arseholes that we mean business!