Going Dutch on the Lavender List

In this week’s episode of London Calling, Toby and James discuss the big news of the week, namely, James’s visit with his grandson. In other news, Boris Johnson has been defenestrated by the Conservative Party, which James thinks Bill Gates flew in to oversee, and a leadership election is underway. Toby is Team Kemi Badenoch (MP for Saffron Walden) – he thinks the 41 year-old anti-woke warrior princess would make the best Prime Minister – and while James says if he had to go for someone he’d go for Kemi he thinks – predictably – that whoever wins will be a puppet of the World Economic Forum.

James wants to talk about the farming riots in Holland – caused by the closure of Dutch farms, according to James, which is yet more evidence of the WEF’s de-population programme – while Toby wants to talk about the coup in Sri Lanka.

In Culture Corner, they both enthuse about The Terminal List and other non-woke Hollywood fare, like The Boys and Reacher, and Toby gives two thumbs down to Thor: Love and Thunder.

This week’s opening sound is MP Ben Bradley (Mansfield) endorsing Kemi Badenoch on the Paul Brand Show on LBC.

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  1. Taras Coolidge
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    I don’t know, somehow there’s something appropriate about James reading The Idiot.

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  2. colleenb Member
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    Taras (View Comment):

    I don’t know, somehow there’s something appropriate about James reading The Idiot.

    I might not be quite that mean but he does get a bit tedious. Cheers.

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  3. Taras Coolidge
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    Taras (View Comment):

    I don’t know, somehow there’s something appropriate about James reading The Idiot.

    I might not be quite that mean but he does get a bit tedious. Cheers.

    It’s like a comedy act with Toby as the straight man, what James calls the “normie”.  

    Does that make James the “abnormie”?

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