Clegg’s Knighthood Must Be for Services to Brexit

Nick Clegg Stop Brexit review 2

When Nick Clegg takes a knee in front of the Queen to receive his knighthood later this year, it will not be obvious what he has achieved in two decades of public office.

To be sure, as leader of the Liberal Democrats he was the first yellow tie in government since the Second World War. But his Commons seat loss at the hands of Corbynite Jared O’Mara – later disgraced for Internet rudeness – capped a year of Liberal destruction, in an election that has all but ensured Brexit by securing Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.

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Podcast Ep. 88: Lefties Mount Uni Coup To Genetically Exterminate Tories

Right Dishonourable – Michael Gove Blob revenge

A poll revealing a rise in ‘Brextremism’ in both leave and remain camps, the alleged leftwing takeover of British universities, and a breakthrough in genetic medicine for preventing disease are the three topics this week.

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Podcast Ep. 87: Corbyn Caught Out In Student Double Entendre

Right Dishonourable Corbyn Back For Good

Labour’s equivocating on such trivia as tuition fees and Britain’s membership of the single market, Tory plans to make it easier to change your legal gender, and the proposal to force wankers (Ed – Porn watchers?) to identify themselves online are the three topics this week.

Joining us is journalist and author Tim Marshall, who can be found on Twitter and The What & The Why.

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Podcast Ep. 65: Apocalypse Soon, Or 2016 In Review

Apocalypse Soon Or 2016 In Review

In our final episode for this year, we take a look at the highlights – well, mostly lowlights – of a turbulent 2016. Expect Donald Trump, Brexit, cleb deaths and other festive favourites to prepare you for next year’s armageddon.

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Podcast Ep. 35: #Brexit, Private School Dominance & Britain at the Eurovision

RD E35, EU Flag, August 2011 by Bobby Hidy

The coming EU referendum, a report on the dominance of the privately-educated and the, er, Eurovision Song Contest are the subjects three of this week’s podcast.

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