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Allison Royal is an independent journalist who left her job as a San Diego TV reporter due to the vaccine requirements. She talks to James about compliance, critical thinking and the state of the world

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James talks to foreign correspondent Vanessa Beeley about horses, Syria, Deep State manoeuvres and Ukraine

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Clive de Carle is an international educator in the field of health mastery and has helped thousands of people to restore their health through talks, retreats, broadcasts, videos and consultancy.

After lamenting about the rising and eye-watering expense of summer holidays, James and Toby take off the gloves and duke it out over two red-hot topics: First up, Putin’s muted reaction to the prospect of Finland and Sweden joining NATO and whether or not that gives the lie to the claim that Putin was ‘provoked’ into attacking Ukraine. Secondly, the imminent World Health Organization treaty that James thinks will transfer decision-making power from national parliaments to Bill Gates and the bevy of unelected international bureaucrats if (or when) there’s another pandemic.

We also cover “transrights ninjas” and the extension of the terms of reference of the official UK Covid inquiry to include vaccine harms.

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Jacques Baud is a former colonel of the General Staff, ex-member of the Swiss strategic intelligence, specialist on Eastern countries. He was trained in the American and British intelligence services. He has served as Policy Chief for United Nations Peace Operations. As a UN expert on rule of law and security institutions, he designed and led the first multidimensional UN intelligence unit in the Sudan. He has worked for the African Union and was for 5 years responsible for the fight, at NATO, against the proliferation of small arms. He was involved in discussions with the highest Russian military and intelligence officials just after the fall of the USSR. Within NATO, he followed the 2014 Ukrainian crisis and later participated in programs to assist the Ukraine. He is the author of several books on intelligence, war and terrorism

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Laura Perrins is the Irish co-founder and co-editor of The Conservative Woman. She has written for The Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail, ConservativeHome and The Catholic Herald. In 2013, she was included in the BBC’s 100 Women

In this week’s London Calling, James and Toby discuss the QPR’s failure to reach the Championship play-offs, last week’s local election results (“Boring,” snorts James), Sinn Fein’s success in Northern Ireland and what that means for the future of the United Kingdom. Then there’s Keir Starmer’s announcement that he’ll resign if the Durham Police conclude he broke the rules during Beer-gate and Simon Kuper’s new book about how all Britain’s ills can be laid at the door at Toby and James’s generation of Oxford students.

They briefly take on America’s turmoil with the leak of the Supreme Court’s likely decision to reverse Roe v Wade, in which James thinks was a manufactured distraction of the Pfizer document dump.

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Jack Posobiec is an American conservative author and commentator, he also hosts the Human Events Daily podcast.

Emory Andrew Tate III is a British-American kickboxer, commentator and businessman. As a kickboxer, Tate is a 3-time ISKA world champion and Enfusion champion. Born in Washington, DC and moving to England at four years old, he fought out of Luton, England, until his retirement.

On the 29th April 2022, we gathered for a very special live recording of The Delingpod with James Delingpole and special guest Maajid Nawaz. The evening was compered by Dominic Frisby and sponsored by CAR26.

00:00 Introduction
03:56 CAR26 Panel
34:35 Dominic Frisby
50:23 James Delingpole & Maajid Nawaz

This week’s we have a Bank Holiday edition of London Calling which begins with James and Toby showing an amazing lack of understanding of the US holiday calendar but more than make up for it with a review of the weekend’s Delingpod Live event at London’s Emmanuel Centre.

In the news there’s the coming global famine and whether it’s cock-up or conspiracy, the fact that the Queen is going to be played by a woman of colour in the Platinum Jubilee pageant, whether either of them have ever stumbled across pornography while searching for tractors.

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Sally Beck is a freelance journalist with 30 years of experience in writing for national newspapers and magazines. She has reported on vaccines since the controversy began with the MMR in 1998

This is your last chance to book tickets for the Delingpod Live event with Maajid Nawaz. You MUST attend if you can – it’s going to be amazing!!!

This week James and Toby discuss the news of Elon Musk’s apparently imminent takeover of Twitter and what that means for fans of free speech. We look back at Sunday’s big story, the re-election of Emmanuel Macron, muse over the integrity of the French Presidential election and whether Marine Le Pen’s 42% share of the vote means France is more racist than Britain and at home, what’s the future of Boris Johnson.

In Culture Corner, Slow Horses, Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (BritBox), Moon Knight (Disney+) and The Northman (Focus Features/Universal).

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It’s Dick!!! And he joins James for a livestream

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Terry Boardman is an author and lecturer who frequently writes about the New World Order, east-west issues, and modern crises.

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Zuby is an independent rapper, author, podcast host, public speaker and creative entrepreneur, with over 1 million followers on social media. He was born in England, raised in Saudi Arabia and is a graduate of Oxford University.

In this special Easter weekend version of London Calling, James and Toby tackle the Church of England, from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s unwelcome intervention in the immigration debate to their refusal to ordain Calvin Robinson.

Then it’s on to that other religion, football, with QPR’s games on Good Friday and Bank Holiday Monday. We go frolicking with the Easter Bunny as James writes about the rabbit hole of chem trails and we talk about Joe Biden’s world of imaginary friends. Our news segment ends with the latest on the Eastern front with the sinking of the Moskva and whether things in Ukraine is going well or badly for Putin.

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South African cartoonist and podcast host Jeremy Nell – aka Jerm Warfare – chats to James about the things that matter: their favourite ‘conspiracy theories’, where to survive the coming economic/famine/Great Reset armageddon, South Africa’s scariest animals, and which would be worse, being eaten by a crocodile or being eaten by a shark?

A plethora of topics on this week’s episode of London Calling: environmental protests, Boris’s double U-turn on banning conversion therapy, the non-dom (that’s “non-domiciled,” for our American listeners) status of the wife of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the horrors of the latest CCP lockdown in Shangai, the French election – and finally – Boris’s surprise visit to Ukraine.

Our Culture Corner segment covers The Dropout (Hulu in the US, Disney+ in the UK), WeCrash  (AppleTV) and the new documentary, Jimmy Saville: A British Horror Story (Netflix).