On Thursday Mark returned to the anchor chair in the UK for the first time in many decades, as you'll hear him acknowledge. On this occasion it was his privilege to guest-host for his old debate-stage comrade Nigel Farage at GB News. Topics ranged from the French seizure of English vessels as the scallop war escalates; the degeneration of the latest climate beano, COP-26, into FLOP-26; the awful sameness of Britain's political parties; and The Sound of Music with a brewery attached. Plus plenty of your emails and tweets along the way.
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