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Another Angry Voice
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Another Angry Voice 4h
CUK squatters for the last 3 months: Scrutinising our dodgy finances and asking what our policies are is bullying and abuse. Brexit Party this week: Scrutinising our dodgy finances and asking what our policies are is bullying and abuse. Two cheeks of the same Brexit arse.
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Another Angry Voice 4h
"Whoo-hoo we're going to vote for the austerity-enabling idiots who helped the Tories to trash our living standards for 5 ruinous years which caused Brexit in the first place ... in order to !" Lib-Dem voters really are a shockingly gullible bunch.
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Another Angry Voice 5h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
So if you're running propaganda for the Lib-Dems you've become so ideologically blinded by Brexit that you're refusing to see what the root cause of the problem is, and actually propagandise in favour of it! 2/2
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Another Angry Voice 5h
Lib-Dems collusion with ruinous Tory austerity fanaticism that created the conditions for Brexit to happen in the first place (public fury at collapsing living standards and the far-right blaming it all on immigrants and the EU rather than UK government policy). 1/2
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Anyone who votes on Thursday without bothering to research the actual politicians they're electing is an absolute disgrace. Particularly since Sam Holloway has already done all the research for you. All you have to do is read the article
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Another Angry Voice 6h
The 2016 EU referendum showed us that we desperately need new laws to clamp down on electoral cheats and liars, dodgy donations, social media dark ads, etc, So what are the Tories up to? Bringing in new laws to protect electoral cheats of course!
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
So bear all of this in mind if the Tories come out saying that we can't afford £30 million to save 4,600 jobs. It's not that they can't afford it, it's that they simply don't want to. 10/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is way less than 1% of the £4 billion Theresa May wasted on "no deal" planning before she scuttled off to Europe to beg the EU for an article 50 extension so that she didn't have to follow through on her threat to ruin the UK economy. 9/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is just 1% of the £3 billion the Tories wasted on the biggest top down reorganisation of the NHS in history in 2012, just two years after campaigning on the promise of "no more top down reorganisations of the NHS"! 8/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is just 1/33 of the £1 billion bung Theresa May handed out to the bigoted Northern Irish DUP sectarians to prop up her malicious shambles of a government. 7/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is less than 1/7 of the £237 the Tories spent on renting the underground aviation fuel supply network for a 10 year period, immediately after selling the entire lot off directly to the governments of Oman and the UAE for just £82 million! 6/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is less than 1/6 of the £200 million the Tories have spent in the last 5 years on legal battles against sick and disabled people who have been caught up in their grotesque disability denial system. 5/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is less than 1/5 of the £171m that Tories wasted on their spectacularly failed probation service privatisation (another Chris Grayling masterpiece) which didn't just waste huge amounts of money, but also seriously endangered public safety. 4/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is less than 1/4 of the £133m the Tories wasted on hiring ferries that didn't exist/paying for ferry services that didn't operate/compensating rival transport companies over the unlawful 'no bid' ferry contracts they were handing out. 3/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
£30 million to save British Steel is less than the £43 million in public cash Boris Johnson and the Tories spaffed on a "garden bridge" in London that never even got built! 2/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
British Steel need a £30 million rescue package in order to avoid insolvency and save 4,600 jobs. This may seem like a lot of cash, but here's a THREAD to provide some context: 1/10
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Replying to @Angry_Voice
First response in the comments: I'm unfollowing you now because you hurt my feelings! 2/2
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Another Angry Voice 6h
Wrote an article yesterday about how compromise & deescalation are increasingly non-viable political strategies in this polarised social media political landscape where people create closed ideology echo chambers by routinely unfollowing/blocking people with different views 1/2
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Another Angry Voice May 20
You're the one who proposed putting an undefined "no deal" option on the 'another roll of the dice' referendum you want so much. Get your story straight please.
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Another Angry Voice May 20
People are still recycling this extraordinary "cheap labour" selective quotation lie propagated by Benjamin Kentish I see. Absolutely despicable stuff. Spreading social media lies like this is every bit as dishonest as the Brextremist mob. Unfollowed
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