No Offence magazine responds to their OUSU ban
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In response to the news that new student magazine No Offence has been banned by the University of Oxford Student Union, The National Student tracked down magazine publishers Jacob Williams and Lulie Tanett to get their thoughts on events. Firstly Tanett explained that while he respects the Union’s right to censor his publication he does not believe it is right. “I think it should be allowed to do what it wants, including censor us; but I don't think their decision to censor harmless student magazines is right.” He then elaborated on his thoughts and feelings of recent events. “People have asked several times whether No Offence was made for the purpose of intentionally causing offence. My answer is this:
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