Liam would rather be accused of fascism than being boring.
Leaving behind the “intellectualised whimsy” of his former persona, he has embarked on a quest to say the unsayable.
Find out why Tim Minchin makes him angry, and the precise circumstances under which one might shoot a child in the legs.
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