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Stephen McGann
Doctor Turner in . Also science communicator, author, spouse and parent. My book 'Flesh & Blood' -
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Paul_Ed 20h
‘I bet she voted Romaine’
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Jeremy Cliffe 7h
Raab the only foreign minister not to condemn Kurdish offensive in northern Syria at EU meeting. A taste of Brexit Britain’s foreign-policy future: a tawdry scrabble for the favours of every passing autocrat.
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Stephen McGann 7h
Replying to @ladyhaja
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Stephen McGann 7h
"ambition". My ambition is to be the first Liverpool striker to walk on Mars. Let's see how our ambitions pan out, Liz.
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Stephen McGann 7h
Replying to @StephenMcGann
Today is the 6,200th anniversary of the flooding of our beloved Doggerland by malign EU forces. The Brexit struggle reflects this, as it bespeaks the British love of the land, and their fondness for dogging.
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Johnny Grinter 8h
Replying to @StephenMcGann
Today is the 6 million year anniversary since we diverged from a common ape ancestor with chimpanzees. 6 million years and we're still slinging faeces at each other. Brexit is the equivalent of slinging it at ourselves.
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Stephen McGann 8h
It might help if the Prime Minister could stop grinning inanely and swaying like a bored toddler.
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Stephen McGann 8h
Morning! I see we're approaching L Ron Hubbard levels of batshit crazy. How nice!
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Kate Bevan 🕷🙄🙄 9h
*bangs head repeatedly against brick wall of Brexit*
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James O'Brien 10h
MPs who voted for May's 'Withdrawal Agreement' three times are being accused of trying to sabotage Brexit by MPs who didn't. And it barely even registers on the shockometer.
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Stephen McGann 11h
Replying to @BCISLEMAN
Absolutely Bill. Arrived last week :-)
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GeorgeMonbiot 11h
When you see raging against "eco-poshos" and middle class leftists, remember that it has been lavishly funded by Charles Koch, one of the richest men on Earth. Its prolier-than-thou posture provides cover for a far-right billionaires' agenda.
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Raymond Snoddy Oct 13
You have to get to the bottom of page 9 in the Sunday Times to find a leaked government report warning that 29 of the 33 areas most vulnerable to job losses in event of No Deal are in Leave voting areas - where presumably they are still saying Just Get On With It
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Stephen McGann 21h
Replying to @SHED8888
Yep. My own mum did. x
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Stephen McGann Oct 13
Replying to @JulieRamsdale3
One also has to remember, I think, that these attitudes are not simply meant as a signal of defiance for those appalled by them. They're also a key indicator for those the Home Secretary wishes to impress. Those people adore such 'steel'.
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Stephen McGann Oct 13
Replying to @JulieRamsdale3
I disagree, politely. It's a conscious physical attitude with a political root (dramatically speaking). Affecting toughness and fortitude in the face of the unpalatable. Plenty of evidence for this in public performances. It's a choice.
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Stephen McGann Oct 13
Replying to @alexlarman
Absolutely Diane Abbott. Frankly, I don't know how the poor woman gets through a day. Outrageous attacks, whatever the opinions of the politician.
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Stephen McGann Oct 13
Replying to @alexlarman
Agree. Always a hazard with BAME politicians - not to mention women in general. Never liked the misogyny with Thatcher. A minister can be judged entirely through their status and motives. The will to high power and office transcends race and gender, imo.
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Stephen McGann Oct 13
The Home Secretary smiles like the cat that withdrew the cream benefits from a struggling family.
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Peter Jukes Oct 13
At every stage, on every level, Cummings/Johnson and the whole Vote Leave/Tufton Street brigade have imported corrupt US practices (and money) in campaign finance to subvert British democracy. Now here comes voter suppression
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