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No Platform, sometimes deplatforming, is a policy of the National Union of Students (NUS) of the United Kingdom. Like other no platform policies, it asserts that no proscribed person or organisation should be given a platform to speak, nor should a union officer share a platform with them. The policy traditionally applies to entities that the NUS considers racist or fascist, most notably the British National Party, although the NUS and its liberation campaigns have policies refusing platforms to other people or organisations. The policy does not extend to students' unions who are part of NUS, although similar policies have also been adopted by its constituent unions.
Similar policies by other organisation are also referred to as being No Platform. For example, the punk magazine Maximumrocknroll stated in December 2017 that it has "a strict no-platform policy towards any bands and artists with a Nazi ideology".

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