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     Posted in Censorship & The Religion Police at 7:35 on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009 by Kris

    In England one of our basic rights has always been freespeech an ability to do ad you wish or at least within the law.

    Who has the right to say what we can and can’t say?

    I feel that much of this censorship is being caused by fear of being repremanded for your actions. We shouldn’t have to think about and censor everything we say.

    In today’s England fear of retribution is high on the agenda but should it be? Should we be able to say what we want to who we want when we want as long we don’t offend.

    This of course is a contentious issue and one which is continually discussed.

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