Tea and Chimpanzees

In this week’s London Calling, Toby and James discuss whether Boris will survive a vote of no confidence, wonder if it would make any difference if he was replaced by another Conservative leader, marvel at the Government’s theft of Jeremy Corbyn’s policies, and pie-in-the-face climate debate with the Mona Lisa.

In Culture Corner, they give their verdicts on Stranger Things Season 4 and Ricky Gervais’s SuperNature. (Both on Netflix.)

This week’s opening sound is Tobias Ellwood (MP for Bournemouth East) on the chances of a Tory loss in the next election courtesy of SkyNews.

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  1. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Millie Bobby Brown, who stars as “Eleven” the telekinetic mutant in Stranger Things, turned 18 in February.  

    I haven’t seen Season Four yet, so I can’t judge if, as James says, she looks 25.

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  2. Arnold Falk Member
    Arnold Falk
    @acfalk

    James,

    Get yourself an emergency power source.  Not expensive to protect your office setup for a short while in case of short power outages or spikes.

    AC Falk

     

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