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Freedom of speech and security: an inevitable trade-off?


British universities fear the new counter-terror and security bill designed by Home Secretary Theresa May will curtail their freedom of expression. The bill, which will be subjected to parliamentary approval before the end of next month and which passed the House of Commons on Tuesday and received Royal Assent on Thursday, has the purpose of preventing radicalisation and extremism.

British universities fear the new counter-terror and security bill designed by Home Secretary Theresa May will curtail their freedom of expression. The bill, which will be subjected to parliamentary approval before the end of next month and which passed the House of Commons on Tuesday and received Royal Assent on Thursday, has the purpose of preventing radicalisation and extremism.

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