Bad language in every day life and swearing on TV

Comedian Paul Chowdhry notes how bad language has become more prevalent in every day life and on TV and predicts more extreme language could make its way onto EastEnders.

It came after a court ruled that swearing at police was not necessarily a public order offence as Andrew Neil, Alan Johnson and Michael Portillo were careful what they said when they spoke about bad language.

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