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Anti-terror bill a threat to academic freedom, MPs tell Theresa May

The Guardian 0 Min Read

Universities should be exempt from a new counter-terror duty that could seriously restrict academic freedom of speech, MPs and peers have told the home secretary, Theresa May. Continue reading on The Guardian

Counter-terrorism and security bill: proposals and pitfalls

The Guardian 0 Min Read

The counter-terrorism and security bill to be published on Wednesday will be the seventh major counter-terror law introduced in Britain since 9/11. It will be the first to introduce major coercive measures

Counter-Terrorism Bills should make us safer. This one will do the opposite

The Independent 0 Min Read

Parliament is about to vote on a Bill that could knowingly place British citizens at risk of torture. You might think the timing was a little awkward. Continue reading on The Independent

A worrying new anti-terror law is sneaking through Parliament – Angela Patrick

Editor 1 Min Read

As the world’s press and public stand vigil in support of Charlie Hebdo and the families of the victims of Wednesday’s attack, we wake this morning to reports that our security services

Counter-terror bill published, slammed by civil liberty groups

RT News 1 Min Read

The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill was published on Wednesday, introducing major measures to tackle terror plotters and backers, including plans to stop British jihadists from returning to the UK and others from

Counter-terrorism and security bill: necessary or draconian?

Middle East Monitor 1 Min Read

The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill, introduced to the Commons yesterday, is intended to counter the threat posed by Islamic State (Isis) and the increasing number of Britons travelling to Iraq and Syria