Articles By Julie Burchill
 
October 2008

‘Green is the first socio-political movement in which every single mover and shaker is filthy rich’

 
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August 2008
‘Trafalgar Square, where 45,000 of us had rallied, was full and fun but somehow very tranquil’
 
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June 2008
Some things I believe
 
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July 2008
‘Shame on you, ladies, for showing so little pride in your own hard-won Western freedoms’
 
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About Julie Burchill

Julie Burchill is a writer and columnist, and a Christian Zionist. She is the author of Not in My Name: A compendium of Modern Hypocrisy, written with Chas Newkey-Burden, and Made in Brighton (Virgin Books), co-written by Daniel Raven.

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