A pint at The Rejoiners Arms
Gove convenes a stealth conference on how to make Britain work better with the EU. Is the time ripe to start talking about Britain rejoining? Is the Tories’ Red Wall emissary 30p Lee Anderson a disaster waiting to happen? Plus, with legendary works of fiction going out of copyright – we ask our panel what they would reboot or reimagine. Rachel Cunliffe, associate editor at New Statesman, is this week’s guest.
Get the last few tickets to Oh God, What Now? Live at the Leicester Square Theatre here. https://lsttickets.leicestersquaretheatre.com/ticketbooth/shows/873632997
Hear Mugshots with Michael Crick here. https://link.chtbl.com/mugshots-ep1
ChatGPT Is a Blurry JPEG of the Web says Ted Chiang. https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/chatgpt-is-a-blurry-jpeg-of-the-web
• “This pseudo-butch rubbish stimulates a part of the Conservative base that Rishi Sunak is now actively trying to appease.” – Alex Andreou
• “It’s a continuation of the Brexit disease. Our body politic was infected with lies. This intake is the direct result of that.” – Alex Andreou
• “If you see Brexit as a divorce, we can’t be aiming to get remarried any time soon, it’s more of a friends with benefits situation with the EU.” – Rachel Cunliffe