Prince Phillip’s death has unleashed a carnival of Establishment drivel

Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse in this post-Brexit, post-colonial husk of a sinking ship otherwise known as the UK, it does.

The death of Prince Phillip at 99 has produced a veritable flood of servile paeans to the most regressive, archaic, anti-democratic institution in Europe, the British Monarchy. The BBC in particular has…

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