Laurence Fox

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Fox (2006)

Laurence Fox (born May 26, 1978) is an English actor, singer-songwriter, and guitarist.


  • You know, even in 1917 they've done it with a Sikh soldier, which is great. I mean, it's brilliant, but you're suddenly aware. It's like, "there were Sikhs fighting in the this war," and you're like, "OK, you're now diverting me away from a story of what the story is..." It is kind of racist, if there is racism. If you're talking about institutional racism, which is what everyone loves to go on about - which I'm not a believer in, you know - there is something institutionally racist about forcing diversity on people in that way.
    • The James Delingpole Podcast, 16 January 2020
  • It's so easy to throw the charge of racism at everybody and it's really starting to get boring now.
    • Question Time, 16 January 2020
  • I've encountered racism from black people towards me, when I was working in Kenya for seven months. It’s the way you’re spoken to — racism can be deferential.
    • The Sunday Times, 26 April 2020
  • I personally think it's a dreadful idea that Holocaust denial is, you know, a crime in various places because how are you going to give someone an opportunity to air their ridiculous views, without evidence, without giving someone else the opportunity to correct them?
    • The Free Speech Crisis - Institute of Economic Affairs, 5 October 2020
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