Changes Being Made To The Law To Crackdown On ‘bad wud’ Music

According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Steve McGregor changes are currently being made to the Towns and Communities Act, which is the law used by the police to prosecute people who use ‘bad words’.

“The present Town and Communities Act may include a few antiquated guidelines, but the new Service Act will be updated, fitting a modernised country,” said McGregor.

Entertainers who curse during performances are being warned that more attention will be paid to the profane or obscene language used by entertainers, including selectors at sessions.

Event permits contain a clause that states “any person who sings any profane or obscene song or ballad or use any profane, indecent language publicly is liable to prosecution”.

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You mean cracking down on free speech… even our own want to subdrew us…. but we will never submit