Mark Steel

Mark Steel is a comedian, broadcaster and author who has presented radio and television programmes including The Mark Steel Lectures and Mark Steel's in Town, and appeared regularly on shows such as Question Time, Have I Got News for You, and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. In 2006 he published Vive La Revolution: A Stand-up History of the French Revolution, and in 2000 stood as a candidate in the London Assembly elections.

Mark Steel Trump's bizarre worldview is summarised in his thoughts on wiretapping

The problem with any healthcare scheme is there’s always a group that seeks to take advantage of it, which is the sick. Backwards and forwards and in and out of hospitals they go, lapping up their chemotherapy and liver transplants that they probably don’t even need but have anyway because the rest of us idiots are paying for it

Mark Steel The Labour plotters are right about Jeremy Corbyn

The plotters made an important point: that Corbyn must ‘reach out’. Instead of being divisive, as he was last time by offering them jobs in the shadow cabinet from which they resigned, he should let them pick their own jobs, and if they don’t fancy doing them one day, let them bring in games

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