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Ministers consider ban on MPs engaging with pro-Palestine and climate protesters

Ministers consider ban on MPs engaging with pro-Palestine and climate protesters

Ministers consider ban on MPs engaging with pro-Palestine and climate protesters
Mar 03, 2024 1 min, 2 secs

Rishi Sunak and James Cleverly, the home secretary, are due to discuss the proposals as part of a review conducted by Woodcock, the former Labour MP who now sits as Lord Walney, a cross-bench peer.

Extremists trying to tear us apart, says Rishi Sunak in impromptu speech – videoIn an article in the Sun on Sunday, Walney wrote: “My review on political violence is about to be formally submitted to the prime minister and the home secretary.

Several sitting Labour MPs have attended PSC events – including the former shadow chancellor John McDonnell and the MP for Poplar and Limehouse, Apsana Begum.

Tories have previously engaged in talks with Extinction Rebellion, including the levelling up secretary, Michael Gove, whose department is working on the definition of extremism as part of its brief.

Starmer is already under pressure to allow Labour representatives more freedom to condemn Israel’s actions in Gaza, after George Galloway’s emphatic byelection victory on Thursday in Rochdale, where 18% of the population is Muslim.

Brendan Cox, co-founder of the Together Coalition, said: “While there’s a lot to worry about in this poll, the positive news is that prejudice towards any of the identity groups we tested was not held by a majority of the public.”

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