During the State re-opening of Parliament on Tuesday 11 May 2021, Her Majesty the Queen outlined the government's agenda for the coming session.
Join us as our expert panel discuss the agenda for free speech and expression this year, with particular focus on campuses and the streets.
By listening to recent examples of censorship and legal insights about the proposed laws for higher education and public assembly, we will consider what the future of free speech might look like in the UK. Does the government plan to protect or prohibit speech?
Our guests will be:
Noah Carl, an independent researcher, academic and writer. You can follow him on Twitter @NoahCarl90
Jeremiah Igunnubole, former Senior Crown Prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service and legal counsel at ADF UK. You can follow him on Twitter @Jigunnubole
Clare McCullough, director at the Good Counsel Network and public speaker