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Prison Service is stopping critics from accessing UK jails, scholar claims
Anshuman Mondal, author of Islam and Controversy, deplores ‘impoverished’ discussion of rights and obligations
Liberal Democrat Julian Huppert decries ‘illiberal’ campuses and ‘selfish’ calls by v-cs to raise tuition fees
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The National Union of Students has accused universities of being ‘prepared to ignore’ incidents of sexual assault and harassment on campus
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