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Setback for Britain’s Thought Police

But the left’s conquest of the corporate world appears unstoppable

26 August 2023

9:00 AM

26 August 2023

9:00 AM

Living in London for a few years in the late noughties, I opened a NatWest bank account. At the end of my time there I joined Tony Abbott’s office. The bank account was abruptly closed soon after, without explanation. Might this have been related to Abbott’s extreme political incorrectness from the perspective of the London blob? The possibility never occurred to me until Nigel Farage’s recent experiences with Coutts, one of the banks in the NatWest group.

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