Thank you all for dialing up The Mark Steyn Show every night. Yesterday we beat decisively both Sky and Piers Morgan Uncensored. Indeed, we trounced Piers by over five to one. So much for The Guardian's "niche Canadian" and The i Paper's "little-known Canadian" narratives.
Tuesday's Mark Steyn Show started with Mark's thoughts on "broken Britain", followed by former Supreme Court judge Lord Sumption on the Tories' "online safety" bill.
Afterwards, Clare Craig and vaccine victim Alex Mitchell joined Steyn to discuss medical ethics in a time of Covid - and Natalie Winters rounded out the hour with the sudden retirement of Anthony Fauci.
All that plus your comments and questions along the way. Click below to view the full hour:
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