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'Brexit will have serious consequences for the considerable rights that individuals and business currently enjoy,' he said.Last night City University did not respond to requests for comments.The retired pilot said: 'The guest of honour gave a speech devoted mainly in praise of the EU.It was very inappropriate, we don't want political dogma [at a graduation].Since last year's referendum, lecturers have been caught handing out pro-EU pamphlets and inviting students to meetings held by the pro-single market group Open Britain.The Daily Mail can reveal that this week, a professor who has received EU funding towards his work described the letter as a 'witch hunt' which bore the hallmarks of an authoritarian regime.A Middlesex University spokesman said Professor Pech had 'academic freedom to express his views'.Opinion polls have shown more than eight in ten academics voted to stay in the EU.
UCL apologised that the family felt offended by the speech, saying the university 'would never try to influence the political views of our students or staff'.
He used the college email system to send the message titled 'Referendum Petition' to all staff, undergraduates and postgraduates at his college.
The petition, which was signed by more than 4million people in the wake of the referendum, stated: 'We the undersigned call upon HM Government to implement a rule that if the Remain or Leave vote is less than 60 per cent based on a turnout less than 75 per cent, there should be another referendum.'Last night when asked about the email, Professor Grimmett told the Mail: 'I do not remember that.'I always try to impress on students they should use their votes, and in whichever directions they believe to be correct. On the other hand, I have been clear that I consider Brexit as challenging to Cambridge and its colleges.'PROFESSORS TWEET IN FAVOUR OF EUProfessor Laurent Pech is 'Jean Monnet chair' in EU public law at Middlesex University.
These chairs receive up to 50,000 euros (£44,260) over three years – although Professor Pech's funding recently ended.
He criticised Chris Heaton-Harris' letter, tweeting: 'Denunciation of enemies, traitors, saboteurs and attempts to eliminate dissent via intimidation tactics are hallmarks of authoritarian regimes.' He has written that the Home Office is not 'fit for purpose' which 'should not be trusted with citizens' rights'.
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A Middlesex University spokesman said: 'As an expert in his field he has academic freedom to express his views.