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Regulation of free speech at English universities ‘not enough’


King’s College London report calls for “what works” approach on campuses

Measures designed to support freedom of speech in England’s universities require systematic testing that goes beyond current regulatory interventions, according to a report by the Policy Institute at King’s College London.

The paper, published on 5 September, argues that a “new independent programme of work” is needed to enable universities to respond to the Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Act—which requires universities to promote free speech on campus—in a coherent way.

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