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Hugo Rifkind

You shouldn’t watch Dapper Laughs. But you really shouldn’t let the likes of me stop you

There’s a great gulf between saying you shouldn’t do something and saying you shouldn’t be allowed to do something

15 November 2014

9:00 AM

15 November 2014

9:00 AM

As you’ll know by now, I’m big on thinking the right things. Should a thought strike me that m’colleague Rod Liddle would not describe as ‘bien-pensant’, then I will of course shy away from it, in a blind panic, for fear that my pensée should be considered insufficiently bien. Right now, however, I’m having doubts about the catechism.

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