University suspends student Ukip member, 19, who complained about the ‘Islamisation’ of Britain during class discussions

Feb 22, 2019 by

by Charlie Bayliss, Mailonline:

A student who claimed the NHS should not be free to immigrants and lamented about the ‘Islamisation’ of Britain has been kicked out of his university.

Sebastian Walsh expressed his controversial opinions during class seminars and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) decided to suspend him after they received several complaints about his behaviour.

The 19-year-old student also branded halal meat ‘barbaric’ and ‘inhumane’ and vowed to friends he would never eat at Subway or KFC due to the way the animals are killed.

The self-proclaimed ‘free speech advocate’ complained being struck-off from university was a violation of his human rights.

Mr Walsh said: ‘It all started off in a lesson when we were allowed to go off for a break. I went over to another table to try and socialise because everyone was still pretty new. I was trying to make friends with some more people.

‘We got onto the conversation of food and what takeaways we ate. Now, I went over there not intending to cause a debate.

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