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Woke Witchfinder General Laurence Fox’s new party could be the breath of fresh air UK politics needs

13 31 19

You can already tell how the liberal establishment feel about a new political party when their bible, The Guardian, headlines its storyLaurence Fox launching political party to ‘reclaim’ British values,” using the oh-so-knowing single quotes cuddling the infinitive to suggest a folly from the outset.

That punctuation device is often used when speaking, fingers wiggling around an imaginary word written in the air, to mock and dismiss the very idea with a tedious teenage sarcasm. ‘Reclaim’ British values? Oh, of course, it’s that unreconstructed dinosaur Laurence Fox banging on with his young fogey attitudes.

The Guardian readers do not care for Mr Laurence Fox. They thought he was one of their own. After all, he’s a luvvie actor, a singer, songwriter, cousin of the delightful Emilia and son of a dynasty of posh-speaking British actors. He was even in ‘Lewis,’ the popular television detective series for heaven’s sake.

And when it became clear that Mr Fox was not actually on the same page as them politically, well, he needed to be told in no uncertain terms how beastly he had turned, what a disappointment he had turned out to be and then cast aside, to be........

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