Following the resignation of Brexitary David Davis, foreign secretary Boris Johnson and, er, Chris Green, the lads discuss the implications for Theresa May’s government and Brexit.
In a new endeavour for The Right Dishonourable, we will be chatting to politicos from the fringes about their views and ideas. These longer conversations will hopefully shed light on current affairs and help broaden your understanding of philosophy, economics and much else besides.
Joining us for our first episode is The Academic Agent, a YouTuber and classical liberal.
Joining us is Jazza’s campaign for more sexy world leaders.
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Our belated response to the local elections in early May, the ‘intellectual dark web’ confronting taboo political subjects, and a ‘gay-baiting’ Eurovision performance (which one? – Ed) are the three topics this week.
Joining us is our reluctant loyalty to the Lib Dems.
Image based on Tarantula, September 2016 by Judy Dean
Amber Rudd’s exit from the Home Office, the fining of Count Dankula for training his dog to salute like a Nazi, an apparent end to the cold Korean War, and lumps of crap blocking London’s sewers are the four topics this week.
Joining us is a delicious strawberry-flavoured protein shake, which will block our bogs this afternoon.
Update: Sajid Javid has been appointed as home secretary, replacing Rudd.
Image based on Fatberg, February 2018 by Seeing Sanitation