American satirist PJ O'Rourke on elections and royals


American satirist PJ O'Rourke uses choice language to argue that politics and politicians are a necessary evil, but also encourages people not to vote.

He also offers an American's view on the upcoming royal wedding - where the date and time - Westminster Abbey on 29th April - were confirmed while the Daily Politics was on air.

Adam Fleming first offers some background on the writer fames for using a typewriter.

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