Ministers back down on rule 'gagging' scientists

ministers back down on gagging scientists

Ministers have exempted thousands of scientists from a controversial “gagging clause” that would have prevented the academics from trying to influence government on public policy matters. The ban, which comes into effect on 1 May, threatened to silence academics and exclude them from public debates as diverse as energy, climate change and transport policies. Review this article from Ian Sample for The Guardian

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