Will the PM’s long-promised extremism law come to pass? [Image: Reuters].

If an anti-terror law is so vague it cannot define the threat it is supposed to fight, then it is right that it should be abandoned.

The important question here is why the Conservatives felt the need to propose it in the first place.

Another tool to subjugate the masses?

Amber Rudd fuelled fears the Counter Extremism Bill will be axed during an appearance before MPs and peers.

Doubts have been mounting over the Bill’s future ever since it was announced in last year’s Queen Speech.

Critics said it failed to outline a clear definition of the problem it was designed to tackle.

Source: Tory Home Secretary signals Theresa May’s flagship anti-terror law could be ditched

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