Protestors in Bath outside a meeting attended by Nigel Farage. Photo: Getty
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Oberon Books to Nigel Farage: “I regard you as the most dangerous man in UK politics”

The publisher has written a letter that can leave the Ukip leader in no doubt about how they feel about him.

James Hogan, founder of the independent publisher Oberon Books, has published a letter he has sent to Ukip leader Nigel Farage. It's pretty fighty:


This mole particularly enjoyed the sign-off:

Is this hate-mongering wrapped up in insidious matey pub talk the best you can do for humanity?

Well Nigel, is it?

 

I'm a mole, innit.

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The NS Podcast #169: Traingate, gaffes and Ghostbusters

The New Statesman podcast.

This week, Helen and Stephen tackle Traingate and Lunaticgate. George Eaton comes down-the-line from the valleys with the latest on the Owen Smith campaign. Anna Leszkiewicz joins to discuss feminism in the new Ghostbusters film. And you-ask-us: what is the role of the John McDonell in the Corbyn ménage? (Helen Lewis, Stephen Bush, George Eaton, Anna Leszkiewicz) 

Links:

Traingate (01.24)
Stephen on Jennifer's Ear

Lunaticgate (05.20)
David Wearing on Smith's slurs and empty promises.

Owen Smith (11.36)
George's interview for this week's magazine

Ghosbusters (18.44)
Ryan Gilbey reviews the film
Listen to the SRSLY take 
Anna on the dark side of the Romcom

John McDonnell (31.17)
Read him in his own words
And watch him in action

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