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British aristocrat Lord Michael Ashcroft defended the centuries-old tradition of wishing people a "happy Christmas" after bureaucrats told staff at one university to avoid using the word "Christmas."
"I shall continue to wish everyone a happy Christmas and will not change this to a happy festive season," Ashcroft declared on in a tweet that went viral on Twitter Tuesday.
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Ashcroft was responding to a report from freelance journalist Sophie Corcoran that the University of Brighton was advising staff "to avoid using the word ‘Christmas’ for fear of offending non-Christian students."
"I don’t understand this – we don’t ban the words Ramadan or Diwali," Corcoran pointed out, even though "many of us don’t celebrate those festivals."
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