Vince Cable is now pitching to the Metropolitan Undemocrats

There is much to dislike about the Lib Dems’ stance on Brexit, which is to overturn the vote through another referendum – a very European solution to the problem of voters not doing as their betters expect.

This is one reason not to support the yellows, who have fallen greatly since Nick Clegg led them into coalition in 2010. Another comes with the recent comments from the new leader Vince Cable on race and Brexit.

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Podcast Ep. 105: Lib Dems Moot Mussolini Statue For Rome

Lib Dem moots Mussolini statue

Italy’s electoral shake-up, Jo Swinson’s plan to put the Milk Snatcher in rock, and the appointment of shitposter Munroe Bergdorf as Labour’s LGBT advisor are the three topics this week.

Joining us is Jimmy’s untouchable knowledge of who the current prime minister is.

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The premature obituary of liberal Britain

Tim Farron distorted - Right Dishonourable

Tim Farron was one of the odder casualties at the last general election, resigning more than a week after the dust settled amid allegations of backroom plotting and ongoing controversy about his Christian faith. This despite the Lib Dem leader actually gaining his party a few seats.

His defenestration marked a few things, perhaps most importantly the trouble many have with distinguishing between somebody’s personal beliefs and what they wish to enforce in law. Farron, if you recall, clearly had some problem with homosexuality, but had a decent record on voting for LGBT rights and clearly had no intention of going backwards on the matter.

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Podcast Ep. 86: King Cable Asks ‘What’s Wrong With Being Sexy?’

RD86 Vince Cable soon to be dead

Vince Cable’s positioning of the Lib Dems prior to his inevitable coronation, a second unofficial independence referendum in Catalonia, and the British advertising regulator’s plans to ban “sexist” ads are the three topics for this week.

Our new begging/tips jar can be found on our Patreon.

Image based on Vince Cable and Will Hutton, June 2013 by the Financial Times

 

 

Podcast Ep. 84: Tories Eye Further Snap In Bid To Turn Round Polls

Right Dishonourable strong and stable noose

This week there’s only one item on the agenda: the UK’s general election result.

Image based on Hangman’s Knot by Pascal Volk