Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves Downing Street to attend the weekly session of Prime Ministers Questions at the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
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Britain Wednesday unveiled draft legislation to ban extremist preachers from universities, increase surveillance on suspected radicals and stem the flow of jihadis joining ISIS.The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill has already come under criticism from Muslim rights campaigners and civil liberties groups who have raised concern about measures not subject to review by the courts.The laws would give Britain's interior minister sweeping powers, including on deciding the definition of extremist speech -- a landmark step in a country that has long prided itself on free speech.Police will also have the power to seize passports and travel documents of people thought to be going abroad to engage in terrorism and relocate terror suspects to different parts of the country.
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