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B1014 – National Security and Religion Control Bill 2016 Watch

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    Stripping someone's nationality for being a terror suspect? That is not a good thing at all, the punishment follows the crime. I believe we need to be tougher and stronger on the face of terrorism however stripping a suspect of their rights is wrong, especially as they may not be guilty.
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    I've spotted that perhaps the banning of foreign funding could cause issues with the Catholic Church, should it for whatever reason wish to use foreign funding in the UK
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    (Original post by Wellzi)
    I've spotted that perhaps the banning of foreign funding could cause issues with the Catholic Church, should it for whatever reason wish to use foreign funding in the UK
    Just in case you were looking central compensation for any criminal activity that the RCC was involved in.

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    Just in case you were looking central compensation for any criminal activity that the RCC was involved in.

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    What?
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    (Original post by Wellzi)
    What?
    Any abuse claims for compensation would probably be blocked by this.
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    Places of religious gathering should have surveillance cameras and audio recorders that have a direct live feed to intelligence agencies so that we can make sure that they are not spreading extremism in these places. The speakers at these places should also only speak English to make it easier for intelligence services to listen to what they are saying, and this is the UK, so of course they should be speaking English.
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    (Original post by Unown Uzer)
    Places of religious gathering should have surveillance cameras and audio recorders that have a direct live feed to intelligence agencies so that we can make sure that they are not spreading extremism in these places. The speakers at these places should also only speak English to make it easier for intelligence services to listen to what they are saying, and this is the UK, so of course they should be speaking English.
    Even in the Welsh-speaking Methodist chapels of rural Wales?
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    (Original post by Saracen's Fez)
    Even in the Welsh-speaking Methodist chapels of rural Wales?
    I did not expect to hear you debating with us, Mr Speaker. There will be exceptions for cases like that. We want a native language of the UK to be spoken.
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    I did not expect to hear you debating with us, Mr Speaker. There will be exceptions for cases like that. We want a native language of the UK to be spoken.
    I just wanted that clarification, given I consider one of my duties to be ensuring all parts of the UK are given fair consideration in the House's debates.
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    This bill is in cessation.
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