Laurence Fox

English actor and political activist (born 1978)

Laurence Fox (born 26 May 1978) is an English actor, singer-songwriter, and guitarist. He is the leader of the small, right-wing, Reclaim Party.

Fox (2006)




  • 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.
  • It's so easy to throw the charge of racism at everybody and it's really starting to get boring now.
  • 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.
  • 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).


  • Success is standing. Success is getting to the end and not losing my mind.
  • [After his Question Time appearance] Suddenly, I was denounced by the whole of showbiz. I thought, Oh, it’ll be alright. But it wasn't. It just got worse and worse.
  • My agent was like, "I’ll stand by you, darling ... Get out!"
  • It's grim [...] but with it comes an incredible feeling of liberation. You think I can say anything because I'm not going to lose my job, because I've already lost my job. So now I can resist this disgusting religion of wokery. I'm going to resist it with all of my heart.
  • [On being expelled from Harrow for having sex at the sixth-form dance with twins] My choice of venue for said escapade could have been better ["Middle of the dance floor on a bar stool"]. My ancient housemaster turned to me and said, "Your penis was visible." Those were our final words.
  • Show me a single self-respecting man that would like to climb into bed with that woman ever, ever, who wasn't an incel.
    That cucked little woman has been fed, spoon-fed, oppression, day after day after day after day.
    We need powerful, strong amazing women who make great points for themselves. We don’t need this sort of feminist 4.0. They're pathetic and embarrassing. Who'd want to shag that?
  • First of all, don’t take a pop at Dan Wootton for something I said. That’s not fair.
    Secondly. I stand by every word of what I said.
  • It's called free speech. I realise that the new woke world is low on laughter and high on offence, but it's still worth trying to find the lighter moments in this joyless new cancel culture which has been created for us.
  • So you keep trying to cancel away in your state of permanent offence, I've been cancelled already and may well be again, but I don't care one bit, and I will keep defending my right to have an opinion on issues which concern me.
    Without free speech and the presumption of innocence we are not free. We aren't quite communist Eastern Europe yet. We may very close, but not quite there. It's still worth fighting for.
    So if you are expecting a grovelling apology, I suggest you don't hold your breath. I won't ever apologise to the mob.
  • If I was going to be sensible and I could replay it, I would say: "Any self-respecting man in 2023 would probably be well advised to avoid a woman who possessed that worldview because she would probably cause him nothing but harm."
    But what I did say was, you know: "I wouldn't shag that," and all that sort of stuff, which is not right. It's demeaning to her, to Ava, so I'm sorry for demeaning you in that way, however angry I am with you still for doing that, and it demeans me because it's not representative of who I am.
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