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When Delingpole met Laurence Fox


HIGHLY recommended: Laurence Fox in discussion with James Delingpole. Starting from Fox’s cerebral police cop role in Lewis, it proceeds into very serious and thoughtful discussion. From why TV is not as good as it used to be, ‘it has a bit of agenda’, ‘the BBC is not so much Left as just one opinion’, ‘so much that turns you off TV now’, there are so many great nuggets from this modest, measured and mildly ironic actor. 

He tells us why he hates indoctrination, why ‘I would never choose to be indoctrinated’, why we must have diversity of opinion, and how part of the woke plan is to make everyone extremely conscious of race. So it goes on. How actors used to be opaque, to actors having to tell everyone how nice they are and how hard it is for them not to fall into wokeishness. It is a great watch and listen – two very likeable, attractive and clever men talking. What’s not to like!

Watch it here. 

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Kathy Gyngell
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