http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forced_adoption_in_the_United_Kingdom - oh look, it's the same names. John Hemming, Christopher Booker. Funny that... it's almost as if there's no real story there, just something being pushed by a few individuals on a crusade.
Like preventing adults from viewing porn without having to register as a pervert by british authorities first.
Nope. That's not happening.
And of course now they extend these laws to any inconvenient webcontent whatsoever.
Nor that, really...
The Guardian left its co.uk domain because of the pressure of the fascist government reigning in the UK.
More likely due to not wanting to run the risk of breaking UK law; obviously they would have been able to challenge it in court (and might have won), but it was easier to move. They still have their headquarters in the UK, obviously.
I'm not sure if there are any specific accusations; yes, the UK Government spies on people (including its own). Yes, many of us aren't happy about it, and are trying to sort out roughly what they can and can't do. Which is why I didn't question the "surveillance" part of what you said. Although we have done quite a good job of keeping that limited to the intelligence services, rather than other public bodies.
If you're going to criticise the UK Government for bad policies, go ahead (I certainly do). But please try to get real ones. Like new rules that would install automatic notice-and-takedown systems on all online comments/posts, or giving police and/or local authorities curfew and dispersion powers, or removing appeal options in immigration cases, limiting the right of judicial review, threatening to repeal the Human Rights Act, removing legal aid in a huge range of cases, denying prisoners the right to vote...