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Thatcher in drag?

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11 May 2015

Thatcher in drag?

The UK election, a military takeover for Texas, the nutter who advises our PM and what'll you be doing in ten years?

Britain’s returned leader is set to return the country to the eighties, possibly without Scotland. Almost certainly without Europe.

Expert analysis on the UK election is something we considered, instead, John Dobbie tells us what he thinks, whilst Richard Kazimer reports on fears from texas that the US military is set to take over their state. And Morris Miselowski, the Business Futurist, asks, what the hell will we all be doing for a job in ten years?

Running Order

0:00 Introduction

3:01 God (and Ben Carson) stands for US Presidency

10:42 Hate groups guide to provoking extremists

14:25 Maurice Newman’s new world order conspiracy

16:54 The UK election post-trauma analysis

40:28 Will you have a job in ten years?

59:35 Telstra’s process problems

1:03:35 Texas under attack from US government

1:07:39 Giving up on tracking election spending



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