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Thursday's Steyn Show aired on a busy day at Westminster. Mark started with the wreckage all around after twelve years of "Conservative" rule, and then turned to Richard Martin of the Blazing Donkey Hotel at Ham, near Sandwich in Kent, for a choice example of what His Majesty's Government is willing to blow seven-figure sums on.
Next up were Leilani Dowding on a very telling vignette of the modern British state, and David Starkey with some thoughts on the condition of British "Conservatism". Eva Vlaardingerbroek closed out the hour with the G20's renewed enthusiasm for vaccine passports and digital identity.
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