Discredited ‘Teflon’ Tony Blair was yet again given some 17 minutes of primetime radio to spout off incoherently in his characteristically shrill voice when trying to explain why he was committed to overturning the EU referendum result. According to polling organisation You Gov, Blair has a public approval rating of minus 50 yet he still maintains he is right despite 17.4 million citizens, many of whom were Labour supporters, voting to leave the EU. Would he campaign so vigorously against a General Election result if voters came up with the ‘wrong’ answer? It beggars belief that the BBC gives such an antidemocratic has-been so much airtime but well done to John Humphrys for giving him a hard time – an extremely rare event among BBC presenters.

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