The day after the Woolwich killers were convicted, an apologist for the murder, and an associate of the murderer, was handed the most prestigious slot on British radio.
The cases of Anjem Choudary and the English Defence League show the need for broadcasters to explain the dilemmas clearly and how they seek to resolve them.
Just as the American right fears flag-burners, conservatives in Britain turn their backs on democrac
Anjem Choudary is the man the tabloids love to hate, but does the government risk turning him into a free speech martyr?
Anjem Choudary and his trolling friends like the publicity.
Knock me down with a feather . . .