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Ian Dunt
Editor of . Author of Brexit: What The Hell Happens Now? Host on . Says stuff on TV & radio.
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Burger King 20h
Dear people of Scotland. We’re selling milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK
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Ian Dunt 20h
You too
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Sam Bowman 21h
"Hang the NHS, we love our paedos"
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Ian Dunt 20h
Cheers Martin, lovely of you, as ever
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Martin Cooper 21h
1/ A few clips from this week's with the fabulous guesting. 'First you create the humiliation. Then you just seed that humiliation and benefit from it. That’s what Farage has always done.'
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Cassetteboy May 16
New! Boris Johnson's Leadership Bid
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Ian Dunt 21h
Replying to @Wonkypolicywonk
Thanks man
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Richard Dunstan (barf) 21h
Spot on by on the utter wastefulness of the failed May-Corbyn ‘talks’
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Ian Dunt 21h
Remain voters are left with no choice but to ignore Labour next week
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Steve Peers May 17
This EP poll is suggesting less support for the Brexit party and much more for Labour than YouGov. As I said before, there is a wide variation between pollsters on these parties. LibDems are the largest Remain party, as in every other recent poll.
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Robert Saunders 24h
Great piece in : delegating the choice of Prime Minister to party members is "unprecedented & unconstitutional",akin to "a referendum...in which only the tiny group of people who have paid £25 to the Conservative party will be able to vote"
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Sam Bright 23h
Replying to @Scram_Sam
Every major party lets you donate over £500 on their website. The Brexit Party doesn't. They also don't collect basic info on donors. The party's donations process is virtually anonymous. They could be receiving donations from anyone, anywhere, without knowing.
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Nick Cohen 23h
Stunningly good investigation by Der Spiegel and Süddeutsche Zeitung  forces Austrian vice-chancellor to resign
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Ian Dunt 23h
Plain-spoken, principled and relentless. In an age of populist frauds, Boothroyd is the real deal.
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Dorian Lynskey 23h
Nice to see that David Aaronovitch's positive review of The Ministry of Truth in today's Times immediately follows AN Wilson's evisceration of The Victorians. For once I get one over on Mogg.
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Ian Dunt 23h
It really is unparalleled in its greatness.
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Sam Coates Times May 18
Here is Ming’s Bling. I just watched for the first time It starts weird, gets worse and ends with an EPIC and quite incredible sequence
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Ian Dunt 23h
The Brexit party's election message: Don't worry, we'll only be fucked for 30 years.
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Dan Sabbagh May 18
Arron Banks confirms he was Farage's post election sugar daddy. But was it declared to the EU parliament? Not looking like it is it. Odd, that...
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Drew Coffman May 16
Here’s a video of a guy putting a camera on a sushi conveyer belt. It’s wonderful. Every table has a little story!
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