British people have the right to use “satirical, or iconoclastic, or rude comment” and to engage in
“… the expression of unpopular or unfashionable opinion about serious or trivial matters, banter or humour, even if distasteful to some or painful to those subjected to it. We should perhaps add that for those who have the inclination to use Twitter for the purpose, Shakespeare can be quoted unbowdlerised, and with Edgar, at the end of King Lear, they are free to speak not what they ought to say, but what they feel.”
According to Lord Judge, the Lord Chief Justice, in charge of the Twitter Joke Trial.
Could we, as a country, please remember that?