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In his EU diary, direct from the heart of Brussels, Brexit Party MEP John Longworth reflects on the absurdities of life in the European Parliament

Do you remember “The Prisoner”? This edgy television series from the 1970s starred Patrick McGowan as a former secret agent who was kept in a Demi-Paradise of luxury and endless games but could never leave, and lived an essentially pointless existence.

That wasn’t the only spat with the Chair of the EU Parliament this week. One of my colleagues, having used the good Anglo Saxon word “rubbish” in a speech as a measure of the attempts of the Parliament to embrace diversity, he was publicly censured for “unparliamentary” language. Odd in the extreme...

In his EU diary, direct from the heart of Brussels, Brexit Party MEP John Longworth reflects on the absurdities of life in the European Parliament

Do you remember “The Prisoner”? This edgy television series from the 1970s starred Patrick McGowan as a former secret agent who was kept in a Demi-Paradise of luxury and endless games but could never leave, and lived an essentially pointless existence.

That wasn’t the only spat with the Chair of the EU Parliament this week. One of my colleagues, having used the good Anglo Saxon word “rubbish” in a speech as a measure of the attempts of the Parliament to embrace diversity, he was publicly censured for “unparliamentary” language. Odd in the extreme...

In his EU diary, direct from the heart of Brussels, Brexit Party MEP John Longworth reflects on the absurdities of life in the European Parliament

Do you remember “The Prisoner”? This edgy television series from the 1970s starred Patrick McGowan as a former secret agent who was kept in a Demi-Paradise of luxury and endless games but could never leave, and lived an essentially pointless existence.

That wasn’t the only spat with the Chair of the EU Parliament this week. One of my colleagues, having used the good Anglo Saxon word “rubbish” in a speech as a measure of the attempts of the Parliament to embrace diversity, he was publicly censured for “unparliamentary” language. Odd in the extreme...

In his EU diary, direct from the heart of Brussels, Brexit Party MEP John Longworth reflects on the absurdities of life in the European Parliament

Do you remember “The Prisoner”? This edgy television series from the 1970s starred Patrick McGowan as a former secret agent who was kept in a Demi-Paradise of luxury and endless games but could never leave, and lived an essentially pointless existence.

That wasn’t the only spat with the Chair of the EU Parliament this week. One of my colleagues, having used the good Anglo Saxon word “rubbish” in a speech as a measure of the attempts of the Parliament to embrace diversity, he was publicly censured for “unparliamentary” language. Odd in the extreme...