Charles Moore on the woke “assault” on Britain, abolishing history & fighting back

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When Charles Moore first became a journalist in 1979, Britain was at a crossroads. There were fears the country was facing a perpetual crisis with soaring unemployment, inflation, and social unrest. Britain was bitterly divided. Meanwhile, Moore quickly rose through the ranks of fleet street, becoming the editor of The Spectator in 1984, and later the editor of the Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Telegraph. Now Lord Moore is a regular columnist in the publications he edited and Britain, arguably, is just as divided as when he started his career. The Telegraph’s Steven Edginton interviews Lord Moore for Off Script. In this episode, Lord Moore discusses the penetration of British institutions, climate change and the rise of China.

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