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The English approach to ideas is not to kill them, but to let them die of neglect.
I hate the word 'sneering'. I can't help the way my face looks.
It's very difficult to remain calm when you're listening to someone talk complete bollocks.
The BBC is rather like a cross between the Church of England and the Post Office.
It sometimes seems the Church of England thinks God is just the ultimate 'good chap'.
There are 10 types of people in the country: those who understand binary and those who don't.
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Probably the closest things to perfection are the huge absolutely empty holes that astronomers have recently discovered in space. If there's nothing there, how can anything go wrong?
May 11, 1950
Jeremy Dickson Paxman is an English broadcaster, journalist and author. He has worked for the BBC since 1972 and is known for his forthright and abrasive interviewing style, particularly when interrogating politicians.
The English: A Portrait of a People (1998)
Great Britain's Great War (2013)
On Royalty (2007)
The Political Animal (2002)
The Victorians (1998)
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