UK Counter-Terrorism Bill threatens press freedom and the protection of journalistic sources

10.07.18 |
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Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is concerned about provisions of the UK’s Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill that threaten press freedom, as outlined in a submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights for its inquiry into the bill. The submission was compiled with research and support from Angela Patrick and Gemma Daly.

 

The full text of RSF’s submission is available here

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