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Implementation of the Scottish Government's Hate Crime Act has been delayed, the Sunday Times has revealed, signalling continued problems with the controversial law.
Today the UK Government published the Draft Online Safety Bill. Among a range of measures, the draft Bill proposes to:
New legislation to safeguard free speech on campuses has been lodged in the UK parliament, after growing concern about the silencing of challenging and unorthodox views. The Higher Education (Freedom of Speech)…
Head teachers, children's groups and parliamentarians have called on the Prime Minister to introduce age verification on online porn sites.
‘Cancel culture’ and ‘no-platforming’ are to be challenged on university campuses with sanctions against institutions that fail to uphold freedom of speech.
MSPs on the Justice Committee at the Scottish Parliament debated amendments to the Scottish Government's controversial hate crime bill today.
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