By Andrew Moffat--Free speech is indivisible. It does not submit to transient political vogue. Either it is open to all or it does not exist. It is not selective.
The newly (re)elected UKIP leader, Nigel Farage has had a bumpy start to his role with the news that an internal European Parliament report has highlighted him as one of the laziest MEPs with a ten percent attendance record on his official portfolio subcommittee.