Should Soldiers be Protected from Insult in the Street? (2012), by Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb, speaking on BBC Radio 5 on the 27th May 2012.

Dvid Milliband had called for a law to punish anyone who insulted soldiers in the Street. Sean Gabb went on air to explain that freedom of speech means the right of people to be rude.

Since the other side in the debate agreed, there was little argument.

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