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Freedom of speech must be for all—not just those with the loudest voices

Megan Dunn, President of the National Union of Students, responds to Frank Furedi

By Megan Dunn  

Germaine Greer, right, is presented with an Honorary Degree by Pro Chancellor David Hoare in the great hall of the Sydney Univerity in Sydney, Australia , 4th November, 2005. Cardiff University's Womens' Officer has previously called for Greer to be "no platformed" (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)

In the current issue of Prospect, Frank Furedi…

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