Post-Jubilee post haste

by Stephen Tall on June 5, 2012

So the four-day Jubilee bank holiday is drawing to a close. As I tweeted last night:

My republicanism hasn’t been swayed by the past 116 hours’ wall-to-wall coverage, almost all of which I’ve cheerfully avoided through a mixture of learning Spanish, learning to drive, catching up on TV, catching up with friends, along with some bowling and gardening.

And speaking of TV, I think The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart has captured my feelings best:

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by Stephen Tall on June 5, 2012 at 4:36 pm. Reply #

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by BexhillBattleLibDems on June 5, 2012 at 7:17 pm. Reply #

[…] has happened to genuinely good satire on British television? Last week, it was left to US comedian Jon Stewart to skewer (not unaffectionately) the hyper-ridiculousness of the UK’s jubilee celebrations. […]

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