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David Traynier Ⓥ
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David Traynier Ⓥ 2h
Our only option is now to nuke BBC News from orbit. Only way to be sure.
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Ian Sinclair Apr 19
"Eating even the moderate amounts of red and processed meat sanctioned by government guidelines increases the likelihood of developing bowel cancer, according to the largest UK study of the risks ever conducted."
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 19
An 'environment correspondent' writes...
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Joanna Booth Apr 18
Shameful and illegal.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
Middle class people can afford to travel to protests and have more flexibility with work than many working class people. That is not an argument against middle class people protesting, it is an argument that they +should+ use that ability to protest.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
Why shouldn't police have sympathy with the XR protestors? They'll drown in flood water just like the rest of us.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
Scandalised pearl-clutching about alleged Russian interference in US elections must provoke cynical laughter in the countless countries the US routinely interferes with, often with entirely blithe media coverage.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
This pro Trump woman does come across as a religious acolyte. Her first response was going to be her first response, irrespective of any question she might have been asked. Typical politician.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
If the Mueller report contained anything of real substance, would not be leading on 'Trump said a rude word". As with Brexit, liberals need to stop blaming the Russians and look to their own failings.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 18
One of the BBC's key points in covering the Mueller report is that Trump said a rude word.
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John Oberg Apr 18
Factory farms are being built *vertically*. 🤯 The entire industrialized world is now infected with factory farming. In China, there are 7-story buildings being built, housing tens of thousands of pigs. THIS is why we need to reduce *global* demand for meat. 😨 RT if you agree!
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 17
Replying to @MarkJDoran
That's lovely. Thanks Mark.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 17
The heyday of British public information films. 90 seconds of horror.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 17
"Jesus, we've raised €800 to rebuild the cathedral with which we honour your teaching." "Nice. And in France there is no one without a home? Without food? No one who sickens without need?" "Er, no. We've got all that covered, boss." "Great, let's choose carpets!"
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 17
The attitude of 'liberal' journalists and columnists to Saudia Arabia is instructive. Here, they can 'stand idly by,' something 'must not be done', the reputation of the 'international community' will not be stained by inaction.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 17
"Saudi Arabia" should be the standard retort whenever any US or UK politician claims to care - to the point of bombing - about human rights in Venezuela, Syria, Iraq, Libya etc. or to oppose Islamic extremism.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 16
I bet eight hundred million euros would feed a lot of people. But maybe that wouldn't be a Christian use of the money.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 16
Drivers will doubtless have found it difficult to navigate London today. But they'll find it even harder to get round when it's under four feet of water.
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 16
So unemployment hasn't been so low since the 70s? Those awful 1970s that Jeremy Corbyn wants to take us back to?
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David Traynier Ⓥ Apr 16
Can the fire in Notre Dame be "turned into diplomatic gold?" What a fucking disgraceful, crass question from Matt Frei.
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