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Hashman and Harrup v. the United Kingdom

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Prohibiting behaviour contra bonos mores (defined in English law as behaviour which is “wrong rather than right in the judgment of the majority of contemporary fellow citizens”) is imprecise and does not give sufficiently clear guidance as to how to behave, so interfering with freedom of expression.

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1999-10-01
2016-12-08

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