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Diary Australia

Diary

23 March 2019

9:00 AM

23 March 2019

9:00 AM

A visit to Britain reveals growing anxiety that we’re witnessing the Great Brexit Betrayal. One of Twitter’s funniest and most brilliant contributors, social justice warrior Titania McGrath – outed recently as Dr Andrew Doyle (Oxon) – notes presciently that ‘one of the unwritten rules of democracy is that referendums can be overturned if a sufficient number of rich celebrities demand it’.

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