On Tuesday Steyn was back in the anchor chair in the UK for Farage at GB News. Topics ranged from the glories of the British Empire and jihadist psychology students to the migrant crisis on the EU border and property advice from Martin Roberts.
The show started with Mark's monologue:
Femi Nylander of the "Rhodes Must Fall" campaign didn't take kindly to that, as you can see in the rest of the show below:
This week's Laura's Links will air tomorrow. If you're one of the many who prefer Steyn in non-visual formats, there's always our brand new Tale for Our Time: Agatha Christie's first Hercule Poirot novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles.
On the other hand, if you're one of that brave band that enjoys Steyn on camera, The Mark Steyn Show is coming to GB News starting Friday at 7pm GMT - that's 2pm North American Eastern.
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