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Top universities in the UK have pledged to protect free speech following concerns about censorship and ‘no-platforming’ on campuses.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been urged not to impose controversial vaccine passports on churches in England.
‘Cancel culture’ and ‘no-platforming’ are to be challenged on university campuses with sanctions against institutions that fail to uphold freedom of speech.
United Nations human rights experts have issued a powerful new statement voicing concern about the erosion of free speech.
Find out how your MSPs voted on the Scottish Government's Hate Crime Bill. The overall result was 82 MSPs voted FOR the Bill, 32 voted AGAINST the Bill and there were four…
This evening at the Scottish Parliament, MSPs approved the controversial Hate Crime Bill by 82-32, with 4 abstentions.
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