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Rod Liddle is associate editor of The Spectator. He writes a weekly column in the magazine, as well as contributing to The Sunday Times and The Sun.
Frankly, it’s a wonder we are allowed to read him at all
By Rod Liddle
Science & Tech
We need to start fining the companies that censor free speech
We have become too comfortable to do anything but appease and appease
His first original record in two decades teeters between the mildly interesting and hugely annoying
The paying fans haven’t mattered a jot since the formation of the Premier League in 1992
The tunes on her latest album recall kindergarten, the lyrics a counseling session convened by an imbecile
Any resentment towards Meghan in the UK was not because of her race, but because she is American
‘People choose the advice that suits them, including the politicians’
Even the Taliban were less stupid than the San Francisco Board of Education
Control who gets to speak, and you control the entire political debate
There was to be a worldwide media blackout after which Donald Trump — for it is he — would announce to the world that he was still in control
When the public is absent, corporate wokeism faces no corrective from the real world
Taking a knee signals support for a foul organization, not for racial equality
The more absurd woke overreach becomes, the bigger the kickback at the polls
This is the first election where the liberal left has won by pure bullying
Why Brits find Meghan so repulsive
The Big Tech bullies
Please America, take Meghan Markle back
Facts are now history
Big Tech is turning into Big Brother
Demi Lovato makes Taylor Swift resemble Dostoevsky
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