Author Archives: Lauri Moyle

Writing for The New Statesman Stewart Lee ask ‘Where are all the right-wing stand-ups?’, but is it really about right and left? Reagan seems to be an exception

I’m an unadulterated fanboy of Stewart Lee. The ‘alternative’ stand-up comic is a cultural worker who might be classed in the high-art of stand-up comedy if the concept didn’t somehow seem a little absurd (Though it is true that at … Continue reading

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Symbol Thatcher: “Let he that is without sin throw the first stone” and other rumours of a better world

Margaret Thatcher’s death is a trivial matter. We all die. It was going to happen to her. It will happen to you and me. I hope that God grants Margaret Thatcher rest. As Giles Fraser, the socialist Anglican put it … Continue reading

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