The Home Office , a United Kingdom government department , has, from August to 31 March , excluded individuals from the UK for having "engaged in unacceptable behaviour". On 5 May Smith publicly "named and shamed" sixteen of those individuals. The individuals are not necessarily banned from the British overseas territories , which have their own immigration regulations. Smith's successor as Home Secretary, Alan Johnson , ended the policy of naming people who are banned from entering Britain. The following individuals have at some point been temporarily or permanently refused entry into the United Kingdom.
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Blanc, co-founder of a company called Real Social Dynamics, was forced out of Australia and his work visa revoked last week in response to a massive social media campaign aimed at exposing his methods, which critics say include such tactics as grabbing women by the neck -- which he dubs the "choke opener" -- and walking up to strange women in foreign countries and forcing their faces into his crotch. Burke, whose Facebook group taking on Blanc has nearly 8, followers, said Blanc's seminars cross the line of free speech by inciting his audience to commit assaults. In videos of his seminars and on his website, Blanc makes no effort to soften his disturbing approach, which he says is most effective in Asian countries.
CNN -- A self-professed American dating expert who has said he feels like the most hated man in the world has been banned from entering another country -- Britain. The UK has declined to issue a visa to Julien Blanc, an executive coach at Real Social Dynamics RSD , a group that charges clients thousands of dollars to learn what have been described as sexist, misogynistic and violent acts towards women. On its website , RSD describes itself as the world's largest dating coaching company, and promises to teach clients how to "attract the women you've always wanted. Earlier this month, Blanc was forced to leave Australia after an online campaign pushed venues to cancel his bookings, and authorities to revoke his visa. He was putting forward abuse that was derogatory to women and those are values abhorred in this country," Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison told Sky News.