The irony is not lost on us, no siree.

From The Telegraph:

Oxford University Student Union bans free speech magazine because it is ‘offensive’

Student journalists at the University of Oxford were dismayed to find out that their magazine – which promotes free speech – was banned from Fresher’s Fair because the Student’s Union was worried people would find it offensive.

VERSA news, another student publication at the prestigious university, reported that the magazine, ‘No Offence’, was banned from being handed out to new students during Fresher’s week.

The magazine was founded by third-year Philosophy Politics and Economics student Jacob Williams and Oxford local Lulie Tanett and the aim of the magazine is to promote free speech and provoke debate.

They say that ‘No Offence’ was set up to ‘promote debate and publicise ideas people are afraid to express’.

It grew out of popular discussion forum Open Oxford, which has more than 2,000 members, and submissions to the magazine have been open all summer.