Universities have the power to ban groups or organisations that have in the past repeatedly or flagrantly violated rules protecting freedom of speech, says a report from the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals. Extremism and Intolerance on Campus says the power should be exercised rarely but is necessary to regulate internal affairs.
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