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Van Morrison blames lack of free speech for backlash against anti-lockdown songs

Van Morrison has opened up on the backlash he received for his series of anti-lockdown songs released last year, blaming it on a lack of freedom of speech.In an interview with The Sunday Times, Morrison wondered why, in his view, “poetic licence” and “freedom of speech” are no longer “OK”.“I don’t understand it,” he said. “Some people call it a cult.

It is like a religion. Whether anyone agrees with me or not is irrelevant.“Just as there should be freedom of the press, there should be freedom of.

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