OUSU were right to take offence

Jacob Williams believes he is fighting against an overwhelming contempt for free expression at Britain’s universities. Fearing that a ‘fundamental principle of liberal democracy’ is under threat, he attempts to position his No Offence publication as an attempt to save ‘Britain’s future as a free country’, and in doing so convince all to support the […]

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“No Platform”? Don’t demean us.

Of all the trends that have swept student unions across the nation recently – the boycott of The Sun, the banning of Blurred Lines – one trend has stood out above all others as the worst: adopting a policy of “No Platform”, banning speakers with extremist or undesirable (decided by the SU in question) views […]

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