BYM responds to anti-boycott bill

‘Missing from the government’s analysis is the fact that some public bodies, such as local authorities, have a public mandate of their own and are accountable to their voters in local elections.’

The Anti-Boycott Bill ‘will prevent concerned citizens from using the few instruments they have to call attention to global injustice’, a Britain Yearly Meeting (BYM) staff member highlighted this month.

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