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The Scottish Government is keeping an open mind about further changes to its highly controversial hate crime bill, the Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf has said.
The threshold for hate crimes to be committed should be lowered in England and Wales and ‘hate speech’ should be criminalised even in the privacy of people’s homes.
The Scottish Government’s controversial Hate Crime Bill will mean people will need to go to extreme lengths to prove their innocence, critics have warned.
The Justice Committee at the Scottish Parliament held its second oral evidence session yesterday (Tuesday 3 November) on the Hate Crime Bill.
Today the Justice Committee at the Scottish Parliament took oral evidence from the Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Humza Yousaf on the Hate Crime Bill.
CARE NI today welcomed the support of the DUP for additional support to be provided to places of worship which are at risk of being attacked in Northern Ireland. This included support…
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