Andrew Neil’s Woke Watch

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Andrew Neil is joined by Andrew Doyle for the first edition of Woke Watch. Tonight it’s the turn of the police.

Andrew Doyle: “The public don’t want to be lectured to [by the police]. They want the police to solve crimes. Every time you see a TikTok video with officers dancing, and they also see knife crime on the rise, people are thinking maybe the priorities are out of whack here.”

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Andrew Ferguson Neil is a Scottish journalist and broadcaster. He is the chairman of the television news channel GB News, which will launch in 2021. Neil was appointed editor of The Sunday Times by Rupert Murdoch, and served in this position from 1983 to 1994. After this he became a contributor to the Daily Mail. He worked for many years for the BBC, hosting a variety of political shows.

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