GERARD HOWLIN: Indignation over Stephen Fry’s alleged blasphemy coming from one side

THE first victim of truth is language. Once words are suborned, anything is possible, writes Gerard Howlin

Stephen Fry's chat to Gay Byrne on the 'Meaning of Life' was brought back to our attention after it was investigated for blasphemous content.

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