But that is precisely what a Catholic student at UCL endures today. The UCL Union voted this month to ensure that "any future open events by UCLU Clubs or Societies focusing on the issue of termination invite an anti-choice speaker, a pro-choice speaker, and an independent chair, to ensure there is a balance to the argument". In other words, no matter what its members' religious beliefs, they must agree to give a platform to supporters of abortion. Oh, and to ensure that the "chair" in such a debate, be "independent". Given its heavy-handed stage-management, I'm surprised that the Union doesn't request the right to pack the audience with pro-choicers too (just as many people suspect the BBC packs the Question Time audience with liberal Lefties).
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