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John Sargeant
Blogger, caregiver to SLD brother, passionate about secularism and free speech (so we can challenge hate). Writes & blog below
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Amrit Kaur J.✒ Oct 14
Where. Are. All. The. Women. ???
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John Sargeant 6h
Replying to @vickybeeching
Unfortunately they made the choice to be ignorant and bigoted. And I find those people are the right ones to have as your enemies. Having the right enemies is as important as the right friends. Love as always will prove the haters wrong.
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John Sargeant 6h
Replying to @wordsbyana
Cross tweeted - yep as I said pie in the sky. I am tempted to say Cameron perhaps, though his pre referendum negotiation suggests he wasn’t up to it either. But I doubt he would make no deal a reality.
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John Sargeant 6h
Replying to @wordsbyana
Pie in the sky him becoming PM, and I am at a loss who could have become PM who would handle situation right because they would never get elected by party.
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John Sargeant 6h
Replying to @wordsbyana
Dominic Grieve - against Brexit like May, his attention to detail and legal experience was just what we needed before we started negotiating. He really needed to be in the room doing what he does best.
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John Sargeant 6h
Replying to @JPSargeant78
... hands up I thought GE was a good idea to legitimise her negotiations with EU. Her disastrous campaign meant she lost her majority. It all stems from that and this calamity over the politics and handling is all on her. May has been a disaster 2/2
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John Sargeant 6h
May has no details or assurances to give Parliament. She wants to negotiate whatever she sees in the national interest because no majority exists for anything concrete. This is either reckless or the last desperate chance to avoid a no deal scenario. If she hadn’t had that GE ...
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John Sargeant 7h
Less Backstreet Boys more Backstop Boys ...
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John Sargeant 7h
Replying to @paulasherriff
You could say he has four cheeks as he is two faced.
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John Sargeant 7h
Jim Hacker is alive and well.
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John Sargeant 8h
The distinction matters when it could mean a 15 year prison sentence if this bill becomes law via
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Bryan Adams Oct 14
New Delhi, India 🇮🇳 you we’re incredible tonight. In this photo, if you look carefully you can see my shadow silhouetted in the dust and smoke of the venue over the audience. I’ve never…
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John Sargeant 24h
much better, tense and scary but not OTT brutal like first episode. Like the direction it’s going in. Jodie really takes the biscuit as the Doctor.
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John Sargeant Oct 14
It was a pleasure voting for you Katie each week. You really were getting better as a dancer and performer (couldn’t see the nerves anymore). More importantly, as Gorka mentioned you are an inspiration, one us Strictly fans are going to remember.
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Alom Shaha Oct 14
Homeschoolers: teach your children how to look at and think about the world scientifically, regardless of how little science you know yourself:
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Christopher Hitchens Aug 17
"In an average day, you may be confronted with some species of bullying or bigotry, or some ill-phrased appeal to the general will, or some petty abuse of authority. Everybody devises tactics for such moments; try behaving as if they need not be tolerated and are not inevitable."
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John Sargeant Oct 13
Remember when you mentioned a reputation for being “the nasty party”? I think it’s back with a vengeance.
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John Sargeant Oct 13
Replying to @jaynemortimer
Oh man - I can’t watch it because brings back too many memories as a child being with my bro at A&E. All the best to mum and you.
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John Sargeant Oct 13
Replying to @francesbarber13
Time to smash the looking glass.
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John Sargeant Oct 13
How anyone can prefer starvation and dehydration as a preference to a quick death is beyond me. The law must change, and it only will if people speak out. And listen. Then maybe our MPs will trust us to make our own life and death decisions.
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