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Jonathan Freedland
Columnist at the Guardian, presenter of BBC R4's The Long View. Writes thrillers under the name Sam Bourne
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Mike Smithson 28m
New Euros poll from YouGov has TBP 33.4% LD 17.3% LAB 16.1 GRN 9.2% CON 8.3%.
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Gaby Hinsliff 3h
ok you can either be *against* milkshake-throwing, rape "joke"-making, egging, threatening to pick up rifle if Brexit isn't delivered, punching nazis & ALL FORMS OF INTIMIDATION/STUFF THAT COULD TURN UGLY in politics or *for* all. But it's not pick'n'mix.
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Jonathan Freedland 3h
Very good from on a changed middle class shifting away from the Conservative party
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Marina Hyde 7h
And I’ve just told Radio Wiltshire Marvel have cast me as the lead in a phase 4 movie. Exciting times!
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Jonathan Freedland 5h
Not sure many will have read that column as a promotion of the Faragist far right but, hey, we are all entitled to our own opinion - but, as Daniel Patrick Moynihan taught us, we are not entitled to our own facts
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Jonathan Freedland 5h
That's so helpful, thank you. Are you able to show me any of the other pages?
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Jonathan Freedland 7h
Just pointing out that it was factually untrue to say that “Jeremy said yesterday” that there’d be an option to remain. He didn’t say that. That’s not promoting the right, it’s just accuracy
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Jonathan Freedland 8h
I’ve not had a Conservative leaflet through the door ahead of Thursday’s elections. If anyone could send me a photo of one they’ve received, that’d be v helpful
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Jonathan Freedland 8h
My only point was that you wrote that “Jeremy said yesterday” that there’d be an option to remain. But he didn’t say that.
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Jonathan Freedland 10h
Replying to @Andrew_Adonis
Did he say “with an option to remain”?
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Tom McTague 10h
How Nigel Farage took total control of the Brexit Party — and the company behind it. He’s not just a party leader, but chairman, CEO and owner rolled into one. A uniquely powerful political leader in Britain, Companies House docs show
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CyranoDeBushey 19h
Might have to re-read To Kill The President to remember how this situation gets resolved...
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Josh Atkins 23h
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Mehdi Hasan May 19
As someone who has spent my life slamming antisemitic Holocaust denialism, esp in Muslim communities, glad to see Al Jazeera bosses taking disciplinary action against 2 of their journos for a ridiculously offensive and dumb video - and disowning it, too.
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Jonathan Freedland May 19
Replying to @RichardPriem
It’s awful and I’m very glad it’s been pulled.
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Jonathan Freedland May 18
Still feeling it for Australia
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Jonathan Freedland May 18
Replying to @EylonALevy
Too kind. Meanwhile: I’ve thought of what the organisers could have done to solve the Shalva issue. They could have allowed them to pre-record their song “as live”, and then let the juries vote on the basis of the tape
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Jonathan Freedland May 18
Replying to @EylonALevy
I’m getting an education from you! Thank you.
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Jonathan Freedland May 18
Replying to @EylonALevy
What jury voting happens on Friday? Is that to decide who gets into the final? Or do you mean the actual final results we’ll hear tonight were decided 24 hours ago?
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