Welcome to the Weekly Sceptic episode 95.

This week Nick and Toby talk about: The General Election result, in which Labour won a landslide in spite of just 20% of the electorate voting for them The ‘Portillo Moments’ on the night in which Liz Truss, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grant Shapps, Penny Mordaunt and Miriam Cates lost their seats The five seats won by pro-Palestinian candidates who are far more toxic than the five Reform MPs, but got a free pass from the media during the election campaign The runners and riders in the Tory leadership election and whether Robert Jenrick is enough of an outsider to qualify as a  ‘dark horse’ And premium content on www.basedmedia.org, which includes: The French election result in which the National Rally polled the most votes, but ended up coming third Why the Dems will have to choose Michelle Obama as the candidate if they defenestrate Biden because they can’t pick a white man in preference to Kamala Harris  Everyone’s favourite section Peak Woke, in which Nick worries about getting into trouble if he tells any of his female co-workers they look ‘nice’ in light of the employment tribunal deciding that’s sexual harassment And in the Based Department, the clear winner is Noel Gallagher for telling virtue-signalling musicians at Glastonbury: “Play your f***ing tunes and get off.”

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