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We start off the week with pure thievery – Toby goes to Central London and gets his phone pinched, which meant that he missed Saturday’s march. Not that it really mattered since James had such a good time he doesn’t remember too much of it himself.
Then it’s off to the news of the week dominated, of course, by the resignation of Matt Hancock as Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Hancock was caught snogging an aide inside the Ministry, was forgiven by the PM and then quit anyway. Was the whole thing a pantomime or a car crash?
In Culture Corner we take a look at Loki (from Disney+), Clarkson’s Farm starring Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear/Grand Tour fame (Amazon Prime) and an unbelievably bad RomCom called Good on Paper (Netflix).
After James leaves for Pilates, Toby has a brief monologue on the Euros.
Opening sound this week is Matt Hancock’s resignation announcement.
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