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Nigel Warburton will be talking about Free Speech in February and March 2009 at
The School of Life, London, 27th Feb. 2009
Words by the Water Literary Festival, Keswick (with Michael Buerk), 1st March 2009, and
The Oxford Literary Festival 30th March 2009
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