“Advertising is a free speech issue. To say €˜you can’t say that’ in an advert — to say that mocking Roman Catholicism, no matter how tongue-in-cheek, is not suitable advertising content — is as censorious as excluding a work of art from an exhibition.
€˜If you ban our ad’, Antonio Federici’s spokesman told spiked, €˜you might as well ban any controversial story about the church — that’s the logical conclusion’.”
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