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Paul Bickley appears on BBC Radio Merseyside speaking about tolerance in relation to the cancellation of Franklin Graham’s UK event. Paul reflects on the importance of productive conflict in public discourse and free speech.
Listen from 1.07.40 here.
Paul is Research Fellow at Theos. His background is in Parliament and public affairs, and he holds an MLitt from the University of St Andrews’ School of Divinity.
Posted 9 February 2020
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