On the Friday edition of The Mark Steyn Show Mark led off with an update on the Canadian truckers' convoy, and then proceeded to ponder with former Met Chief Superintendent Parm Sandhu the latest strange developments in Cressida Dick's "non-criminal" investigation of Boris Johnson's birthday cake.
Later, on the anti-mandate front, soon-to-be-unemployed NHS nurse Rosalyn Wilson explained to Steyn why she's suing the government. Mark rounded out the hour with Canadian singer-songwriter Andy Kim.
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