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That this House notes the Birmingham University Guild of Students is running disciplinary proceedings against Edward Bauer, the elected Sabbatical Vice President (Education) of the Guild, on five points; further notes that two of those points relate to the unforseeable and unexpected consequences of him protesting against Government policies at the Liberal Democrat Conference in Birmingham; further notes that one of the points relates to him writing an article published by The Guardian; recognises that these disciplinary proceedings act as a constraint on the right to protest and the freedom of speech of a democratically-elected student representative; and calls for these points relating to the right to protest and freedom of speech to be dropped from the disciplinary proceedings conducted by the Birmingham University Guild of Students.
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