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Libby Powell warns that 'expressing personal views' could jeopardise many careers

Speaking to LBC Radio, Libby Powell explains why the University of Sheffield was wrong to expel Christian student, Felix Ngole, for expressing his views on marriage and sexuality.

Libby says: "Like with many of our cases, it's all based on the hypothetical. Someone may have been offended in the future. It's really wrong of the university to kick him off his course because they say that 'what you said on Facebook could be perceived as offensive'."

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26/04/2017
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