Here is the story about the Dutch MP being banned from the UK, taken from the BBC website:
A Dutch MP who called the Koran a "fascist book" has boarded a flight to the UK despite being banned on public security grounds.
Freedom Party MP Geert Wilders was invited to show his controversial film - which links the Islamic holy book to terrorism - in the UK's House of Lords.
But Mr Wilders, who faces trial in his own country for inciting hatred, has been denied entry by the Home Office.
UKIP peer Lord Pearson invited him to show the film.
This man has been found guilty of nothing. He is critical of Islam. If European Union laws forbid us from stopping plumbers coming here from Poland from where does the Home Secretary get the power to ban a democratically elected MP from entering the country?
Conversely the ban seems to justify Wilders attacks on Islam. If a critic of a religion is banned for fear of the reaction from its adherents, then doesn't that prove that particular religion to be exactly what the critic says?
Perhaps our fascist Home Secretary is really trying to take attention away from her expenses fiddle.