Rosa Freedman is used to working in war zones with the victims of human rights abuses, so she did not expect to feel unsafe “when visiting UK campuses to give a talk”, she said.

The law professor, who successfully defended herself against students’ allegations that she was “transphobic”, was forced to have a panic alarm and a videophone entry system installed in her office.

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