Andrew Marr joins the campaign


Good to see the anti-Dominic bandwagon is gaining momentum. In his newly published novel, Head of State, Andrew Marr has a character who fears that his emails are being read.  So he chooses to pass important message by placing them in library books that are gathering dust.  He, ‘finally settled on the works of the journalist and sometime historian Dominic Sandbrook,’ putting the message into, ‘an eight-hundred-page history of Britain from 1982 to 1983.’


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3 Responses to Andrew Marr joins the campaign

  1. Have a wee look at his new documentary on the Beeb if you get the chance. It is, in my opinion, deeply ideological and not very good. Could do with a good critical analysis!

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