Extremists on campus

I fail to understand why people who disagree with our culture choose to leave their own homeland and come to live here then preach about the evils of life in UK. If they don’t like what they find, they can leave and go back where they came from.

UK Human Rights Blog

Butt v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2017] EWHC (Admin) 26 July 2017 – read judgment

Oliver Sanders and Amelia Walker acted for the Home Secretary in this case. They have nothing to do with the writing of this post.

The High Court has thrown out a number of challenges to the government’s efforts to prevent extremism on university platforms.

In 2015 the Home Office released guidance regarding its initiative to tackle extremism in universities under the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015, CTSA.  The press release referred to 70 events on campuses featuring “hate speakers”. The claimant Dr Butt was among six named as “expressing views contrary to British values”.

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5 comments on “Extremists on campus

  1. GP Cox says:

    We have the same here in the US. They should just stay home and leave us alone.


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