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Simon Parritt
Counselling Psychologist, music lover, disabled person and writer of ramblings academic and personal
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Simon Parritt 7h
Replying to @iancollinsuk
Trouble is that it is a distraction from the reality of the situation and his inabilities - of course the Tory members don’t want reality they just want the Bannon PR message ....make Britain Great again ! Heaven help us when reality hits!
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Simon Parritt 10h
it is hard to support someone who deliberately misused research on weekend mortality rates in a contract dispute. Do you regret & apologise for misrepresenting the facts of that research and how can anyone trust that this isn’t a style & tactic you would adopt as PM :
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Simon Parritt 13h
Replying to @MichaelLCrick
Been saying it for ages
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Simon Parritt 13h
Replying to @Peston @BorisJohnson
No
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Simon Parritt 13h
Replying to @montie
What a prove to pay! Like getting rid of a headache by chopping your head off.
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Simon Parritt Jun 24
Depends whether offering to increase spending whilst cutting taxes whilst refusing to engage with real scrutiny- ironically could be Johnson or Corbyn. Promises that can’t be kept are the same as lies.
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Simon Parritt Jun 22
When are we going to rename the U.K. Cloud Cuckoo Land?
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Simon Parritt Jun 21
PLEASE! Salvini is no patriotic once you read about his pro Putin and duplicitous policies. JUST READ ABOUT him before tweeting propaganda using him as some example of patriotism
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Simon Parritt Jun 21
any advise anyone about how the h**l you access the digital download of F1 magazine 😱 I bought both and 4 months on still no effective help from this magazine. Obviously not very digital friendly it seems
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Simon Parritt Jun 21
Replying to @Jeremy_Hunt
WHERE were you running Jeremy to find him? Obviously not your normal route!
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Simon Parritt Jun 21
Replying to @montie
It really disturbs me the way individual politicians get the blame for complex multifactorial often global trends and problems. OK for person down the pub BUT professional journalists ought to offer more. Politicians can influence agenda and atmosphere but the rest is marginal.
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Simon Parritt Jun 21
Ah the pre EU days when the influx of EU citizens destroyed our healthy local diet. The days when the UK pastime sport and politics was complaining about how Black and Asian immigrants were destroying our culture. Ah those were days! Plus ca Change ?
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Simon Parritt Jun 20
Replying to @taslimanasreen
Just silly! I am almost wondering why I am responding but in these times silence against such stupidity is also no longer morally defensible.
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Simon Parritt Jun 19
Replying to @montie
Watched and was reminiscent of the mega church born again rallies - quite depressing
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Simon Parritt Jun 19
Replying to @JohnClarke1960
John don’t waste your breath ! I face up on exposing this years ago 😱
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Simon Parritt Jun 19
Trouble is - he embodies the truth in the notion that education and a high IQ isn’t the same as being bright or capable of dealing with the real world
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Simon Parritt Jun 18
Don’t forget all that and cut taxes .... cloud cuckoo land
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Simon Parritt Jun 18
Well THAT was a boring shambles
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Simon Parritt Jun 18
Replying to @JohnClarke1960
We wont agree but whilst Labour campaigned for Remain, with Corbyn so obviously reluctant to show any enthusiasm for Remain it contributed to the Leave result - you can’t have the team captain playing his own game & ignore the ball when its at his feet! Still
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Simon Parritt Jun 18
Replying to @Peston
The prospect of Corbyn as leader of HM opposition and Johnson as PM is somewhere finely balanced between commedia dell'arte dream and a dystopian nightmare.
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