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Jun 2, 2016 As clampdowns on freedom of speech become more frequent, a growing number of people are claiming the right "not to be offended". Timothy Garton Ash of Oxford University joins Robert Guest, foreign editor, Emma Hogan, Europe correspondent, and Anne McElvoy to debate the dilemmas

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