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Online safety bill could impose 'unprecedented' censorship powers
Online safety bill could impose ‘unprecedented’ censorship powers

A new briefing paper by free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) says the government’s flagship online safety bill will have a significant impact on free speech, privacy and innovation. The paper highlights the broad scope, complexity and reach of the bill, at over 255 pages, an increase of 110 pages since… Read more »

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David Davis urges against Conservative leadership rule changes
David Davis urges against 1922 rule changes

David Davis, who has previously called for the prime minister to resign, has urged against changes to the 1922 committee’s rules. There are suggestions the influential backbench group could change its rules to allow a further vote of confidence in Boris Johnson in less than a year since the last. This comes after further MPs… Read more »

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