Students from Simon Langton Grammar School wrote an open-letter after Milo Yiannopolous’s speech ban for their school

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After Milo Yiannopolous got banned from speaking at Simon Langton School in Canterbury, the students of this school wrote an open letter questioning ban on speech of Milo Yiannopolous. This letter they wrote for the public.

Students listed seven questions in their latter as reported in media. Some of them were:

“What is the future for left-wing student activism in the Trump era?” and “Can Modern Feminism rightly defend the tenets of Islam given its more conservative objection to woman’s rights?”

Letter has mentions like “Our goal is not to support Milo, but to pursue the truth and interrogate rhetoric” and :”If we as a society do you give the unpopular opinions a chance to be expressed then we are no better than the authoritarians our liberal democratic society despises.”

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