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Why is Diversity of Opinion a Bad Thing in London?

By Jason Menard

When did diversity become a bad word in this city? At least when it comes to differing perspectives.

The other day, I spoke of bubbles that needed to be burst. Yet the continued rhetoric of this city seems to indicate that those bubbles are, in fact, growing more solid — and more divisive.

It seems some have forgotten that “differently informed” does not equal “uninformed.” Continue reading