I’m a lifelong fan of James Fox’s iconic work in 1960s British cinema and have been aware of rumours that his son, Laurence, is (as they say) ‘based’. His performance on last nights Question Time (16th January 2020) proved the rumours, beyond doubt! You can view his contributions only on YouTube (9:10) or, if you have a TV license, watch the full episode here.
You can follow Laurence on Twitter here. Laurence is a singer-songwriter whose music can be found here on YouTube as well as on streaming services. He has some interesting lyrics, for example, from ‘The Distance’:
They have put something in the water
They seek a cure for the conversation
They stole a march on your indecision
And the first to fall is laughter
Just to quell the long offended
They seek to murder your opinion
The light has been turned down on the age of reason
Replaced by blinding fires that burn wild across the region
For the wrong to rule
The good must just stand idly by
Laurence talked about the meaning of the song in the Oxford Mail.
He will be touring the U.K. in February, and I am hoping to catch his London performance. In this culture war, it’s vitally important that we support dissenting voices in any way possible!
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