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Don’t buffer the truth about censorship zones

Don’t buffer the truth about censorship zones

The Critics (22 July 2022) – Can the state censor conversation on a public street by establishing censorship zones? Should the government have the power to prevent people from being influenced — and penalise those “guilty” of influencing? It all seems like a nefarious concept crawling out from between the pages of an Orwell novel. Yet these are the questions at the heart of the hearing held today before the UK Supreme Court concerning the troublesome Abortion Services (Safe Access Zones) (Northern Ireland) Bill.

Writes Jeremiah Igunnubole in The Critic UK. Read the rest of the article here.

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