An anti-terrorism bill that is being considered by the British Parliament could give the government the power to order universities to ban "extremist" speakers. The bill would also require university staff to "challenge" extremist ideas, even non-violent ones, and to refer students they think could become terrorists to anti-radicalization programs.
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