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The University defends the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions which others might find controversial and deplores in the strongest terms abuse and personal attacks. These attacks are totally unacceptable and must cease.
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Adrian Hilton Jun 24
What was unlawful about the opinions expressed by Dr ? Certainly, you may find his views controversial, but you rescinded his visiting fellowship when students objected. Where was your robust defence of his academic right to express a view?
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Adrian Hilton Jun 24
And just because an opinion is lawful to express doesn't make it acceptable for an employee of an academic institution. If this sectarian prejudice were tweeted by a male lecturer about left-wing people, and students demanded his dismissal, what would your response be?
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Alice Livingstone 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇮🇱 Jun 24
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Cambridge embraces
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Claire Lehmann Jun 24
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Paul Wilson Jul 4
Ah but, they only capitulate to “certain” mobs.
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ΣMMΛ Jun 24
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🥜🌹DS Jun 27
😂
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Martin Jun 25
The University defends the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions... As long as they're the right kind of opinions.
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Alison Phipps Jun 25
Replying to @Cambridge_Uni
Priya said nothing controversial - this is a political campaign of attacks orchestrated by a prominent far-right white supremacist group. She is being targeted as a woman of colour with a platform, who critiques and resists white supremacy. She deserves better support than this.
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🇬🇧🇬🇧Kaz B (on Parler @Kazbar10) Jun 25
You need to get educated
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