'Silence coerced by law is dangerous business'
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David Anderson: 'Silence coerced by law is dangerous business'

Bringing coerced silence into the counter-extremism bill is "a very dangerous business" the government's terror legislation watchdog has said.

David Anderson told The World at One that "to start applying the force of the law to people who oppose certain values is a really difficult and dangerous line to go down".

  • 30 Dec 2016