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One of the great things about journalism, at its best I mean, is its forensic, investigative truth seeking instincts.
Children are more restricted than ever when it comes to taking physical risks – one of the ways previous generations built resilience. Thanks to health and safety mania, leapfrog, marbles and conkers are now considered unsafe.
I’ve been inspired by the rank and file groups of Leavers that have sprung up from Warrington to Watford and beyond, organising pro-Brexit gatherings and marches. I stand in solidarity with their democratic spirit and determination to fight.
It has to be said that one of the most impressive aspects of the parliament are the brilliant unsung translators, who ensure that whatever language you speak, you are understood.
I think there’s a presumption of a climate emergency which I don’t think there is. I think there’s a climate problem, I don’t think there’s an emergency.
I don’t want to be complacent.
I have a reputation for infamy.
I think the influence of contemporary feminism has been very unhelpful to the current generation of girls. They are constantly being encouraged to speak out about how they feel victimised.
I have fought for open immigration which is something I disagree with Nigel Farage on.
If you feel you’re being condescended to and not taken seriously in the discussion, that can make people feel defensive.
I have no truck with the faintly conspiratorial argument that international governments are gleeful about a public-health emergency to enact authoritarian measures.
To hear the Conservatives issue a command that all Leave voters must vote Tory, this seems insultingly complacent.
The idea of a private life has been eroded in the sphere of politics.
I think there is some kind of disillusionment in the West about the gains of modernity and of economic growth and it takes a form of skepticism about the gains of prosperity generally.
I would never say don’t have an argument.
Brexit has changed everything in British politics – it has blown open a cosy, zombie-like closed world of Westminster parliamentary politics. It has broken open the traditional line between left and right, which was already an exhausted tradition.
Left to their own devices, the Tories will squash the life out of what Brexit really represents in terms of the chance to shake up political life and overturn a complacent status quo. We cannot let that happen.
One thing we can be sure of is that Brexit will leave its mark on the E.U.