It's Friday again, which means it's time for another Clubland Q&A live around the planet. This week, there will be a Zionist Occccupayyyshun of the mic. The guest host of the regular guest host, Laura Rosen Cohen, will be in this week as Mark continues to convalesce in France and Andrew Lawton chases down various WEF villains in Davos. The action begins at 3pm North American Eastern time/8pm GMT.
Laura will be taking your questions on any topic you wish to discuss, like Joe Biden's convertible, Jacinda Ardern's resignation or Prince Harry's frozen genital recovery advice.
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So see you back here live this afternoon at 3pm North American Eastern Time. That's 4pm in the Canadian Maritimes, half-past-four in Newfoundland - and, beyond the Americas, 8pm in London and Dublin; 9pm in Paris and Berlin; 10pm in Kiev and Moscow, now in the same time zone if not the same country; half-past-eleven in Tehran, for all you Newfoundlanders who move to Iran for the half-hour time zone; midnight-forty-five in Kathmandu, for all you Iranians who move to Nepal to check out the quarter-hour time zone; 3am in Singapore, 6am in Sydney, 8am in Auckland, and an even more convivial hour for the kippers and kedgeree in His Majesty's Dominions across the Pacific.