Universities must ‘protect free speech or pay the price’: UK Minister gives institutions 4 months to clamp down on Nazi Snowflakes

Universities have four months to clamp down on student zealots who restrict free speech on campuses, Jo Johnson will warn today.

The universities minister is expected to say he has seen too many ‘worrying’ incidents of groups trying to ‘stifle those who do not agree with them’.

He will warn institutions that they have a duty to intervene and ensure differing points of view can be heard – however controversial.

I wonder if he will follow through.

  • Maggat

    This sounds all good and well, however will our ‘leaders’ have the balls to follow through. Doubt it.

    • Alain

      I agree, but even that is more than Canada.

      • Editor

        This should go over well with the Jazz Hands NUS.

  • Gary

    Typical Window-Dressing to buy the peace until school is out in the Spring for several Classes .
    What he means about Different Points of view is the hard-core snowflakes get to
    speak just like the mild Snowflakes.
    The fact that I didn’t see any reference to the Political spectrum pretty well shows that this is a charade to act tough and make future Students think they are at a progressive Univ. that had Diversity of thought.

    It’s like the Dawah we see in Canada where all of the Peaceful things in the quran are pushed on the morons that covert but find out it’s the Roach-Motel where they can’t check-out from the death-cult .

  • tom_billesley

    Now ‘snowflake’ students are drawing up lists of ‘trigger words’ and demanding books containing them are stripped from university libraries, says higher education minister Jo Johnson
    Why not burn them? The books, that is.

  • Uncommunist

    Complete Total Rubbish. It is the very same western governments that have encouraged, instilled and funded at the exclusion of all others : the marxism / fascism in all western undiversities.
    Campus Indoctrination: The Parasitization of Myth


  • Brett_McS

    So Robert Spencer and Pamela Gellar can now speak at British universities? Yay! They are still banned from entering the UK.