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Freedom of Speech in Britain, specifically the Military watch

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    I am politically opinionated on Twitter and write a blog sharing some of my thoughts; I share my opinions on current events, often regarding sensitive subjects such as feminism or abortion.

    Regardless of my opinions, what will my rights be if I am selected for the RAF? Will I have to hold back? Remove my blog completely? Disassociate myself with the army online?

    I was hoping to further my career in the media in my spare time while serving, then become a reserve and mainly focus on journalism.

    But will I get kicked out? In trouble? Or do I have every right under Article 10?
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