Twenty-five years ago, the great boogieman of public discourse was political correctness: the expressed terror that the policing of thought and language was stifling debate. Now, anxiety around cancel culture and wokeness is following a similar trajectory. Aren’t mores of acceptable speech always changing? What’s wrong with having greater consciousness around offence and inclusion? And as social media changes who gets a voice, are we actually facing the rise of a new correctness or is this just the cry of the powerful against having to cede ground? From outrage to outcasts, Osman Faruqi, Jack Latimore and Jacqueline Maley discuss sensitivity, censorship and censoriousness in this exciting session.