Is it now a crime to like a poem about transgenderism?

This is a story about Harry Miller, a man who has lived a life that might be described as blameless and even admirable. He’s the director of a company that employs 70-odd people in one of the poorer bits of England, invests in its staff and community, and uses its financial and technical expertise to raise large sums of money and make life better for people who really need it in very poor parts of Nepal.

Miller, a former police officer, is not frankly, the sort of person you’d expect to the subject of a police inquiry.