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Well, I'm afraid I think that the suggestion that there's public interest in freedom of expression itself is incoherent. The idea that a person who subjects another to racial abuse, they're exercising freedom of expression, but there's plainly no public interest in that.

The public interest must only -- I mean, a blackmailer is exercising freedom of expression, but there's no public interest in that. Freedom of expression is in the public interest in some circumstances, but not in all circumstances.

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