You might get arrested if you're annoying online (we're all doomed)
Found someone to be annoying online? Do you wind people up on social media or in the comments of articles? Well, say hello to the painfully wide Anti-Social Behaviour Bill which sets to criminalise anyone being annoying and, more vaguely, anyone threatening to be annoying.
Have a look at this nonsense.
A group are already furious about this proposed law and rightly want to put the scuppers on it. Courts would be able to impose these new rules on anyone indulging in "conduct capable of causing nuisance or annoyance to any person".
That's 99% of anyone talking online, potentially getting slapped by the law simply for winding someone up. That said, we could potentially arrest charity muggers. Swings and roundabouts.
Fighting against it are Reform Clause 1 group who say that these baffling new rules are a "threat to free speech" and you can find out more about it at the parliament page for the antisocial behaviour crime and policing bill.