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No Predestined History

A couple of transcripts from things I was listening to yesterday. The first is Robin Aitken talking to Peter Whittle about the culture of the BBC: RA 9:50: It’s what I call cultural Marxism. I think that what the progressive … Continue reading

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De Facto Ex-smokers

The new Brexit party didn’t win the Peterborough by-election after all, They came second. I’m not very surprised. They won a lot of seats in the EU elections at the end of May. But the EU elections are a bit … Continue reading

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One More UK Election

I was hoping that there wasn’t going to be any more UK politics for a while, and we could all get a break from it, and do something else. But there’s one more UK election to go: the Peterborough by-election … Continue reading

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I Endorse Boris

I’m sick of politics. With luck, I won’t have to think about UK politics for a while, now that Brexit has been delayed, the local council and EU elections are over, and Theresa May has announced she’s going to resign. … Continue reading

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Goodbye Mr Fridge

I did something last night that I never normally do: I listened for a couple of hours online to the BBC Radio 4 coverage of the EU election results. So I won’t be too surprised if I get a letter … Continue reading

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Storming The Bastille

I have the slight feeling this morning of being part of a revolution. Because the government of Theresa May is tottering, and about to fall. In the Telegraph today: Theresa May must go – now. This is a national emergency … Continue reading

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I’m Voting Against The Antismoking EU

The next few days are all set to be dominated by EU elections and Brexit once again. We were supposed to have Brexited months ago, but it didn’t happen. Our Prime Minister, Theresa May, prevented it from happening. And while … Continue reading

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