Free Speech Nation | Sunday 16th January

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Where journalism and comedy meet – round up of the best and most infuriating stories of Andrew Doyle’s week, including a comedy take on the week.

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About This Source - GBNews

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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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