Neil sets the scene for his latest monologue in 1965 as the body of Winston Churchill lies in state. He draws a parallel with the exceptionally long queues of people currently waiting to pay their respects to Her Majesty the Queen. "Over and over again the silent majority - whoever they are, wherever they are - seem to defy expectations, much to the annoyance and frustration of those who wish they would simply disappear," he muses.
The silent majority, the loss of the Queen and British identity are the main focus of his talk. Click below for the full piece.