So just a couple of frinstances:
Next time someone says something like “everyone agrees that London must preserve its status as a hub airport”, ask them what they mean by “everyone”, and “must”; and for that matter, if they know what a hub airport is. [Dishonest arguments 17, 21, 34.] (It’s a transit lounge, which earns our economy precisely nothing.)
When Gideon next says that we mustn’t tax ‘wealth creators’ lest they flee the country, try to find a way of asking him who these people are (the ones who haven’t already fled, that is), and why they haven’t actually created any wealth yet, except for themselves of course. [Dishonest argument #39, which isn’t in the book, but can be summarised as ‘lying’.]
Oh, and Lawson’s Dry Hills Pinot Noir is much better than it sounds.