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Rod Liddle

What the Great British Bake Off really says about Britain

It was won by the charming Nadiya Hussain. But does that mean that unlimited immigration is perfectly OK?

17 October 2015

8:00 AM

17 October 2015

8:00 AM

There was an interesting news item on the television the other day. A transgendered chap was hoping to become the world’s first dual-purpose father and mother to a baby. He had frozen his semen before the surgeons came along with their secateurs and staple gun. I turned to my wife and said: ‘One day the chill wind of Odin will blow down from the icy north and cleanse our nation of all purulence and disease.’

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