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shielded by a majority government to conservatism making security a top priority david cameron is set to announce a new counterterrorism bill the british prime minister is pushing for fresh anti radicalization rules saying the u. k. is being a passively tolerant society for too long , the proposals to be outlined in the queen's speech would include new immigration rules and powers to close down premises used by extremists the move comes as the conservatives find themselves a release from the chains of coalition , the liberal democrats blocked similar plans wanting government , preventing banning orders on three separate occasions the home secretary already outlined the plans in detail ahead of the official election campaign she now wants them again tell you boot extending state powers over organizations belief to spread hatred is possible to prescribe terrorist groups but what we're talking about is groups who don't actually for , that , i agree but you nevertheless or promoting this extremism promotion is hatred promoting intolerance , who are rejecting the values that we share in britain as a as a pluralistic society if passed police would have to use the courts to gain any such batting order , critics say they still fresh and free speech , the muslim council of britain argues that the changes could also further spread to society , he said his now have the powers to prescribe that anti extremism vision but that doesn't make it any less divisive done in the last parliament