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Image caption "With voice extended to breaking point, I call for the prosperity of free speech," said Morrissey on Friday. Posters promoting Morrissey's latest album have been removed from railway stations after a commuter complained. Adverts for the new album by the former Smiths singer have been taken down on the Merseyrail network. Morrissey has previously expressed support for the far-right For Britain party and earlier this month wore a badge with its logo on during a TV show, but he denies he is a racist. Merseyrail apologised and said the posters did not reflect its "values". The adverts, which contain no political message, were removed after a traveller on a Southport service to Mo... Full story

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