"Game of Thrones" as a metaphor for British Politics

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"Game of Thrones" as a metaphor for British Politics

Post by Palinka (RIP) » Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:49 am

The contoversial Scottish writer and comedian, Frankie Boyle (responsible for the hilarious and heavily complained about, "Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights" - for a flavour of which, click here). Has compared British politics, especially given yesterday's budget, to the TV Show, "A Game of Thrones".

To read his thought provoking article, just click here.

The Guardian Online, which is where you will find the article, welcomes online comment. So feel free to post your responses to his story, there. However, please also post any comments here (or , if you do make a comment on The Guardian's website, put a link to it, here).
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