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YorksLass
I dislike prejudices, injustice, biased media, loads a money,me,me,me brigade. I adore History, Genealogy, Researching political facts
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Mark Seddon 3h
Absolutely. This question could be also be asked about the NHS, social care, housing, schools & pensions. It is always just a question of priority.
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YorksLass 16h
Replying to @itvnews
Where the hell is the ?
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ITV News 16h
Sharon Chater has multiple sclerosis, she must now remain in her home for three months. Despite her problems she has been unable to get help from any supermarket, council or charity so far
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Erdmute Wendlinger D Mar 27
Nick Ferrari LBC, asks is saving people who would have died in the next year or so presumably the old, worth bankrupting the country for. He obviously espouses the survival of the fittest while denying it never crossed his mind.
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John McDonnell MP Mar 27
Replying to @kingaduke @BBCr4today
I did cover these in other interviews this morning when I was able to. You are right to emphasise these gaps so thank you.
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BBC Politics Mar 27
"I was denounced as somebody that wanted to spend more money than we could possibly afford" Outgoing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the government's coronavirus response proves he was "right" about public spending at the 2019 election
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YorksLass Mar 27
Public should read what . ACTUALLY says rather than listening to cherry picking from politico's with an agenda.
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Barry Sheerman MP Mar 27
Now very clear yesterday’s Dyson story was nonsense emanating from a “close adviser” to the Prime Minister watch out for the next one!
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Ron Moore MP Mar 27
Jeremy Corbyn proved 'right' on public spending.
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YorksLass Mar 27
People should read this instead of listening to in . will be on FULL truth side of history yet again. :
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Andrew Fisher Mar 27
This "complete moratorium on evictions" as only happened as a result of persistent pressure from , and thousands of others. Well done 👏 1/2
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Shadz Mar 27
Replying to @Shadz66Shadz6t6
The utterly partisan /'s Martha Kearney & Laura Kuenssberg show deep institutional anti- bias & won't admit that right now across the world (except in 's Oligarchy!); is Saving & is indeed "vindicated"!
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YorksLass Mar 27
When will journalists etc ask and PM if his bragging about 7billion going into system includes usual rises in benefits and pensions due in April?
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Nadine Dorries 🇬🇧 Mar 26
Knowing how hard everyone across government is working to tackle makes it very difficult to hear people like Emily Thornberry criticising and carping from the sidelines in the name of political point scoring.
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YorksLass Mar 26
So all the backbenchers making same points as in House of Commons are also political point scoring? Read to hear what they are saying.
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BBC Question Time Mar 26
“The protection of life trumps everything.” says there is a “tension” between the MPs focused on keeping the economy going and those focused on public health during coronavirus
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The New European Mar 26
Replying to @TheNewEuropean
Matt Hancock seemed to know about the ventilator scheme invite last week on
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BBC Question Time Mar 26
Jeremy Corbyn has said the government reacted too slowly to the coronavirus outbreak, with the most vulnerable getting the least help.
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end of daves ❄️ 🥕 🧻 Mar 26
The Lancet’s Richard Horton brilliant takedown of the Government’s handling of as a “national scandal” 👏
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Shelter Mar 26
...and there we have it, announcing live on that the government have now agreed with the court services that there will be a FULL ban on evictions during the crisis. A big relief for thousands of renters in these uncertain times.
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