Freedom of Expression
Following publication of university free speech rankings by online magazine Spiked, the University has issued a statement.
The University is committed to promoting and positively encouraging free debate, enquiry and protest within the requirements placed on it by the law. It tolerates a wide range of views even when they are unpopular, controversial or provocative.
Indeed, the University has never banned an event or speaker because of the subject matter and it hosts a broad range of debates and speeches on a wide range of subjects.
The Universitys policy is clearly set out in its Freedom of Expression Protocol."
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