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We start off this week’s London Calling with a discussion of the Messenger Review of the NHS and then look across the channel at the results from France’s vote for the Assemblée nationale and how it has placed Emmanuel Macron’s globalist agenda at peril.
Are we heading for The Summer of Discontent? James and Toby discuss the upcoming rail strike and the favorable reaction to James’ appearance on GBNews and the intervention of the European Court of Human Rights to stop cross-channel migrants being deported to Rwanda, whether Britain would no longer be at the mercy of woke judges if we pull out of the European Court or whether our own Supreme Court judges might be even worse, the Daily Mail‘s war mongering and, finally, Julian Assange’s forthcoming deportation to America.
In Culture Corner, Spiderhead (Netflix), Emergency (Amazon Prime), Lightyear (Pixar/Disney) and Liar, (Netflix in the UK, Sundance Now in the US) a series in which we’re supposed to be in suspense about whether a white cishet middle-aged man accused of rape is guilty or not. Of course he’s guilty – he’s a white cishet middle-aged man.
This week’s opening sound is Marine Le Pen reacting to the National Assembly Elections (France24).
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