@Good/ @Right, listen up.
I thought originally that the AC who posted the "Good" comment was being ironic, but reading it again, it sounds like the sort of rant that the Daily Mail likes so much.
FYI the "core values that all good Britons should hold dear" include the rights to "go about their lawful business without let or hindrance", yet this AC thinks that any rights he doesn't like should be eliminated or that anyone who tries to exercise them should be thrown out of his "pure lands".
I suggest that he moves to somewhere ruled by the Taliban, then he can have all the "Moral Purity" he wants...
As for the AC from "Right, listen up", if someone writes something about me which is defamatory and untrue, I have a defence in law called Libel. That is why Private Eye gets sued on a regular basis (and sometimes loses).
If I tried to sue for libel simply because I "didn't like" someone writing about me, I would lose.
What you seem to be arguing for is a situation where you can *only* write something about someone if they would like it.
I'm sure our politicians would love that...!