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So-called ‘buffer zones’ illustrate why politicians must protect freedom of speech

Legislation that proposes a cure worse than the disease should give Parliamentarians pause.

Often, we think of the Public Order Bill in the context of eco-warriors supergluing themselves to the M25 or to frames of portraits in the National Gallery or, closer to home, around the Speaker’s chair in Parliament. These events cause serious disruption to civil life and to people’s businesses, and rightly should be outlawed.

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