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# No offence

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Britain's TV watchdog will not launch investigation after viewer complaints about mocking of Roy Keane's accent
Ofcom said the exchange was intended “in good humour”.
No, Tesco did not refuse a British soldier service to avoid offending Muslims
The store doesn’t even exist.
It's official: We'll have a referendum to remove blasphemy from the Constitution
The last known conviction for blasphemy was in 1855.
The greatest Irish insults, ranked in order of severity
Because if we’re good at anything, we’re good at insulting each other.
Bryan Dobson ‘never meant to cause offence’ when he called protestors ‘idiots’
The RTÉ presenter has issued a statement following criticism of remarks he made on-air last night.