The Electronic Commerce Directive (Terrorism Act)
Remember that the UK turned eCommerce law into a censorship law.
Meaning that any senior rozzer can demand comments he doesn't like taken down by any ISP in Europe, and failure to take down that free speech, means he can go after the ISP for incitement to commit terrorism under the UKs lax anti free speech laws. This only needs 1 rozzer, not a consensus of rozzers or a legal process.
"The Act contains a notice and takedown regime that applies to all website operators. If a person posts any remark to a blog that encourages an act of terrorism, a police constable can serve a notice on the operator of the blog requiring the removal of the offending post within two days."
"Failure to comply within the two-day period, in the absence of "reasonable excuse", means that the operator will be deemed to have endorsed the post and its directors could face up to seven years in prison."
So this removes ISPs from the loop, but doesn't fix the attack on free speech in Blogs. Because they're just words, and no government should be afraid of words there is never an excuse to try to censor free speech.