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Craig Murray
Asked this morning why she could never support a Corbyn government, Jo Swinson's first and instant response was that he would not be prepared to order submarine commanders to fire nuclear missiles. Her constituents might want to think very hard about that before they vote.
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Caroline Collinson Nov 5
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
I thought she used Luciana Berger and anti semitism as her excuse last week?🤔🤔🤔👍
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Craig Murray Nov 5
Replying to @Tubby2909
That was her second reason today
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Clare Nov 5
What happened to nuclear disarmament, Charles Kennedy must be turning in his grave. for a nuclear holocaust, yet the man who wants peace and no wars is deemed the extremist! This country is truly screwed up!
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daisy cat Nov 5
Seem to recall Paddy Ashdown was not a nuclear fundamentalist either. Lib Dems have strayed a long way off course with this and their Orange Book economics.
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AW–B JC4PM 2019 Nov 5
I think I'll stick with as I'd far rather have a leader who would NOT have his finger on the button for the hell of it. is completely nuts to think her attitude is right one. The more she speaks, the worst she gets.
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Sandra Cheetham Nov 5
I watched her this morning and swore a lot at the TV. I was left hoping and praying that she loses her seat. She’s nearly as dangerous as Johnson.
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Rob Nov 5
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
Poor Charles Kennedy. Imagine how he must feel, watching the depth of depravity to which his party has sunk under his successors.
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Lidija Nov 5
☹️What a legend he was.
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Choose Love Choose Hope Choose Life #voteLabour Nov 5
Replying to @CraigMurrayOrg
In the 1980s the Liberals were in favour of disarmament. Now their leader boasts of her willingness to vaporise children by the million. "Liberal values" allow this kind of thing, apparently.
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Kohaylan 💜 Nov 5
Not models of consistency as we saw before 2010 when they were out of power , and the totally different story when they were in coalition with power.
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