I read a news story last week about Hong Kong officials singling out schools for singing the Chinese national anthem “too softly”, and immediately knew how lucky I was to live in a society that is instinctively contemptuous of anything remotely like approved behaviour.

This is not always comforting, but it is something we can almost certainly count ourselves lucky for...

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