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Ken Ferrett
Historic Ships Painter in Portsmouth Dockyard and trailblazingly independent moderate since September 2015. Incredibly patient.
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Ken Ferrett retweeted
Nick Cohen 3h
Dominic Raab working hard to build the right's stab-in-the-back myth: no deal will be the EU's choice and fault.
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Nora Mulready 3h
Last few years have shown that discourse matters in politics. Ugly language like this is just more tedious macho nonsense polluting our politics. From brocialists, Trump, Putin, punch-a-nazi, "traitor", "scum", Tory chest beating leadership election & now the lib dems?! Spare us.
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Ken Ferrett 2h
This is the question none of them can answer. They just ignore it.
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VeryBritishProblems 13h
How to buy something in a shop: 1. Enter shop 2. Choose item(s) 3. Go to till 4. Say “just these, please”
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Ray 17h
The Labour Antisemitism Mapping tool has just been updated with another 20 data points. Please do take a look, feedback if you know of any cases near you not captured and most of all, share!
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Ken Ferrett 16h
Replying to @gsoh31
Labour members deserve all they get. They chose to stay in a party led and controlled by lifelong lexiters.
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Andrej 21h
Somebody had to do it...
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American Zionism 20h
There use to be 9 million Jews in Europe. They didn't want us & now there are 1 million. There use to be 850,000 Jews in the Middle East/Maghreb outside of Israel. They didn't want us & now there are almost none. Today, they don't want us in Israel. Where do they want us to go?
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Hopi Sen 20h
Gavin Williamson has just locked into a room in the Commons with a wooden wine box, some old airfix paint and a tiny brush. Resulting photo of a proud Boris with his Bus will run in 's paper on Thursday.
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norman smith 24h
So far this morning Boris Johnson has promised more money for schools, social care, police, roads, major transport infrastructure and tax cuts. And its only 11.17am
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Ken Ferrett 20h
Suckers still being suckered. Another victory for staying and 'fighting'.
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Kevin Schofield 21h
Have had it confirmed that no decision was taken at Shadow Cabinet on Labour's Brexit position, off the back of stalemate in talks with Unite yesterday. One MP says: "Is it the Shadow Cabinet for Her Majesty's Opposition or the Shadow Cabinet for Unite?"
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Alex Andreou Jun 25
To use that hackneyed poker analogy, the UK right now is having a massive argument about returning to the table, with the same shite hand, but a new player that will bluff better by going ALL IN, forcing our opponent to fold. We're having this row with that opponent watching.
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Panorama 🌐 Jun 24
'Quite the most hopelessly irresponsible foreign secretary I’ve ever known.’ Conservative MP, Kenneth Clarke, shared his thoughts with us about 's time as foreign secretary, telling us he believed Johnson made some 'appalling gaffs' during his time in that role.
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Ken Ferrett Jun 24
Sadly, this is all too rare. Criticising the other side is easy. We need more MPs prepared to speak truth to the powers in their own parties.
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Barnaby Spen Jun 24
“He may yet prove to be the only possible Labour leader whom Johnson can defeat in a general election. If the opposition was led by anybody else, the Tories would be deservedly doomed”
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Nora Mulready Jun 24
. MPs would risk their seats to save Britain from . In a vast sea of equivocation, keeping-your-head-down, and quiet-lifers, these are the MPs who looked at state of British politics & had the courage to try to do something about it.
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Ken Ferrett Jun 24
My Labour MP - he wants to make a man who has always despised our armed forces Prime Minister.
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Ken Ferrett Jun 24
Listen to Michael.
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Andrew Bowie MP Jun 24
Ok...the following is a fact- the Implementation Period (IP) is part of the Withdrawal Agreement (WA). If we leave without a deal there is no WA and no IP. I know this cause quite a proportion of my time these past months has been taken up with this thing!
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