Free speech on campus
The government is proposing new laws that will allow academics, students or visiting speakers the power to sue universities for compensation, if they feel they've been censored or if their free speech is somehow restricted. The announcement has been controversial, but is it the best way to encourage free speech on campus?
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- Sian Griffiths, education editor at The Sunday Times.
- Stephen Ceci, professor of psychology at Cornell University.
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