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Report published and Government Response received.
The Committee will be scrutinising this bill for its Human Rights compliance.
Joint Committee on Human Rights publish report stating Government should reconsider its counter extremism strategy
Joint Committee on Human Rights questions Karen Bradley on Government's counter extremism strategy
Joint Committee on Human Rights examines the Government's Counter Extremism Strategy
Joint Committee of Human Rights considers the Government's Counter Extremism Strategy
Evidence given by Karen Bradley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Home Office (Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime).
Evidence given by Professor Louise Richardson, Vice Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Dr Jessie Blackbourn, Kingston University, Karon McCarthy, PREVENT officer and Assistant Principal at Chobham Academy, and Christine Abbott, University Secretary and Director of Operations, Birmingham City University.
Evidence given by Sir Peter Fahy QPM, Former Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Bharath Ganesh, Research Officer for Tell MAMA and Faith Matters, Sara Khan, Co-Director, Inspire, and Professor Julian Rivers.
Evidence given by David Anderson QC, UK Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, and Lord Carlile of Berriew QC, CBE