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Nathan Yeowell
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Nathan Yeowell retweeted
Kay Burley 16h
When did you complain to ? Have you heard back from them yet. They’re usually quite quick at responding as they, like take their responsibility and professionalism seriously. Or are you just dog whistling twitter pitchforkers to the barricades? 🙄
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Nathan Yeowell 6h
Replying to @adambecket
I'll keep my 🤞
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Nathan Yeowell 6h
Replying to @adambecket
Is this admission gonna attract the attention you want?
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Nathan Yeowell 6h
Replying to @Willtholmes
😩
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Nathan Yeowell 7h
Just about sums it up, I think
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Matt Payne 7h
A progressive, forward thinking, centre based, election winning party which changed the lives of millions! Definitely something to be proud of and to learn from
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Nathan Yeowell 7h
Replying to @OliverKasin
Political vandal
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Lisa Nandy 7h
Now Michael Gove is lecturing us about child poverty and opportunities for young people. He was literally the Secretary of State who slashed Sure Start, axed the EMA and wasted billons on free schools and academies leaving our schools with a funding crisis
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Owen Bennett 8h
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Roh Yakobi Jun 15
It was Blair's government giving sanctuary to me and my family as we fled the . Who could foresee that the same party would one day become more like the people who chased us out of our village than the one who gave us sanctuary in Britain.
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Sonia Sodha Jun 15
What I'd give right now for a government with the social policy track record of Labour 1997-2010.
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Russell Hargrave 12h
Will someone please send the Novaro lot on a writing course? Latest Guardian columns from OJo & literallyacommunist are unreadable.
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PhilWilsonMP Jun 14
Important message for today’s from a time when we won elections.
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Liz Kendall Jun 14
When I think of the transformation in NHS & early years services, and how much has been reversed under the Tories, I am beyond proud of what the last Labour Govt achieved. We championed social mobility AND social justice. And we always should.
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Matthew d'Ancona Jun 15
Message for Boris: I’m mostly off-radar right now, supporting a relative in the High Dependency Unit of my (brilliant) local hospital. He’s had a rough ride but is on the mend. And I know it’s very un-English and impolite to mix the personal..1./
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Nathan Yeowell 17h
Replying to @jomillernz
Good luck, and have a safe trip xx
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Lynne Neagle Jun 15
I’m still v proud of so much of what we did to improve people’s lives in government. How sad that Tony Blair should have to do this against the claims of the current Labour Leader who seems to be taking us further from power and the chance to change people’s lives every day.
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Catherine McKinnell Jun 14
I have lived the difference in my old school before the last Labour Government & after, the transformation of our hospitals, the investment in our beautiful city centre, our libraries & museums - the difference a transformational Labour Government made to places like Newcastle
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simon wren-lewis Jun 15
This is parroting the Tory line that austerity was Labour's fault. As wrong coming from the left as it was from the right. Austerity wan't inevitable after the Global Financial Crisis. It was Osborne choosing to shrink the state, because Labour hadn't. Know your true enemy.
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philwoodford Jun 15
The idea that Blair was responsible for the banking crisis shows a woeful ignorance of what actually went on. I am very struck by the way in which the whole Corbyn/ project relies on a rewriting of history. This distortion is critical to their ideology.
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