Laurence Fox has showed off his new ink – with many taking the words to be the core principles on which he’s building his new political party.
Actor Laurence, 42, recently announced that he would be wading into the political arena with at the head of his provisionally named “Reclaim” party.
And the Lewis star has already laid out its aims, the Telegraph reports, which include BBC reform and a celebration of Britain’s cultural contributions.
His new tattoos, which he displayed to his Instagram followers on Sunday, read “Freedom” on one hand and “Space” on the other.
“Always,” Laurence simply captioned the snap.
While a Reclaim spokesperson declined to comment on the tattoos’ meaning, they confirmed that his new movement has received huge donations from former Tory donors.
“We have received pledges running into seven figures from former Tory party donors,” they told us.
This means that donations have soared past the previous figure of £5 million that Laurence claimed on Twitter.
Laurence made headlines earlier this year during a January Question Time appearance, in which he accused an audience member of racism after she branded him a “privileged white male.”
he had appeared on the show and disputed claims that the coverage of Meghan Markle in the press had been racist.
There followed a social media storm, followed by further comments from Laurence on topics such as the inclusion of a Sikh soldier in World War One flick, 1917.
His Twitter feed has since sought to grapple with “woke” culture.
He’s made clear his staunch opposition to another nation-wide lockdown amid coronavirus, and criticised the conduct of many Black Lives Matter protesters.
His support for the All Lives Matter movement has also stirred controversy.
Now, Laurence’s website states: “Over many years it has become clear that our politicians have lost touch with the people they represent and govern. Moreover, our public institutions now work to an agenda beyond their main purpose.
“Our modern United Kingdom was born out of the respectful inclusion of so many individual voices. It is steeped in the innate values of families and communities, diverse in the truest sense but united in the want and need to call this island home.
“The people of the United Kingdom are tired of being told that we represent the very thing we have, in history, stood together against.
“We are all privileged to be the custodians of our shared heritage. We can reclaim a respectful nation where all are included and none are ashamed to have somewhere to call home.”
It continues: “I have been so encouraged by the support I have received by those wishing to add their voices to this reclamation of our values.
“Our country is now in desperate need of a new political movement which promises to make our future a shared endeavour, not a divisive one. This is now my endeavour.”