Andrew Doyle: ‘To live in a society in which peaceful protests are possible is a wonderful thing’

Andrew doyle: ‘to live in a society in which peaceful protests are possible is a wonderful thing'

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Andrew Doyle: ‘To live in a society in which peaceful protests are possible is a wonderful thing. Throughout history, one of the first rights that tyrants restrict is the right to protest. We need to be wary of anyone who would like to see that happen here.’

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Andrew Doyle is a comedian, playwright, journalist, and political satirist from Northern Ireland, who co-wrote the fictional character Jonathan Pie and created the character Titania McGrath. In 2021 Doyle joined GB News to host a weekly show titled Free Speech Nation.

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