Ministers move to block ‘extremist’ speakers – and government critics – from civil service events


Ministers order civil service chiefs to trawl FIVE YEARS’ worth of the social media history of potential speakers in order to block ‘extremists’ – and critics of government policy

  • Cabinet Office wants vetting for ‘problematic or controversial material’ online
  • The changes demanded by Brexit Opportunities Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg
  • Allies said they were ‘sensible’ and would block racists and other extremists 
  • But vetting must also seek speakers’ ‘criticism of government officials or…



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