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Brits more concerned by discriminatory language on TV, radio than swearing - Ofcom

Wednesday 22 September 2021 | 16:03 CET | News
The UK public is more tolerant of accidental on-air swearing, but are more concerned about discriminatory language, according to the latest research from Ofcom into public attitudes towards offensive language on TV and radio.

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