English version

it’s a free country

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit’s a free countryit’s a free countryBritish English used, usually humorously, to say that you are or should be allowed to do something, after someone has said that you should not do it It’s a free country. You can’t stop me. free
Examples from the Corpus
it’s a free country"You can't say things like that!" "I can say whatever I want - it's a free country."
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