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Delingpole: Social Justice Warriors Always Double Down

Toby Young – journalist, educational campaigner, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People, and former Top Chef judge – tells James on this week’s episode of Delingpole the full horrifying story of how his life was almost destroyed by Social Justice Warriors (SJWs).

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Delingpole: Sarah Vine – #MeToo Is Embarrassing

Sarah Vine – Daily Mail columnist (and wife of possible future Prime Minister Michael Gove – though they do not talk about that on this occasion, not for any sinister reason…) chats with James on this week’s Delingpole.

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Delingpole: Mike Daunt – Author of ‘The Bounder,’ Britain’s Most Foul-Mouthed Angler and Fly-Fishing Teacher to the Stars

On this week’s episode of Delingpole, Mike Daunt, author of “The Bounder,” talks about his rich and varied life from the jungles of Borneo as an officer with the Greenjackets to the banks of remote rivers in Russia. In between swearing, he tells of his misspent youth, his sexual and piscine escapades and how to get away with never doing a day’s work in your life.

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Delingpole: Who Will Succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May?

James Delingpole and British MP Daniel Kawczynski discuss potential successors to British Prime Minister Theresa May. Among their favorites are MPs Jacob Rees Mogg and Priti Patel. Also, James and Kawczynski weigh in on Brexit, Poland, and the changes in Saudi Arabia.

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Delingpole Podcast: Brendan O’Neill on the Disillusioned Culture of Political Correctness, Identity Politics, and Cultural Relativism

In this week’s Delingpole podcast, special guest Brendan O’Neill talks about his dismay at the “conformist and stifling” “blob-like thinking” in our PC culture, which allows “quite comfortably well-off people to play the role of a victim”, pretending that their “lives were hard”, and blaming it on “male privilege”.

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Daze Of Our Lives: Dave, Drugs And Me At Oxford

It’s a beautiful sunny afternoon in the summer of 1985 and three undergraduates are sitting cross-legged in an oak-panelled room high above one of Oxford’s grandest college quads stoned out of their brains on marijuana. Two of us, both called James, are

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Watch: James Delingpole Takes On ‘Fattism’ On The BBC

Breitbart London’s Executive Editor, James Delingpole, has appeared on the BBC Daily Politics to attack moves to award fat people minority status. He said that he hoped fat people would be “stigmatised” rather than government stepping in. Delingpole claimed some of