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Allan Grogan
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Momentum Mar 22
To reiterate, a Labour MP yesterday was attacked by a protester claiming he and other parliamentarians were 'traitors'. Make no mistake, the words Theresa May used in her public address have only raised tensions and division. Thoroughly irresponsible words from
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This is where we should be headed.
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Allan Grogan Mar 21
4 times ive tried to sign 4 times the site has crashed or errors. Despute this 1.5 million have signed it. How many more are still trying.
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Allan Grogan Mar 21
Replying to @GerryHassan
Apparently they were booked on the BBC cancelled last minute two nights ago while MP was in the taxi heading to studio
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Lisa Nandy Mar 20
The Prime Minister’s statement was disgraceful. Pitting Parliament against the people in the current environment is dangerous and reckless. Yesterday her government attacked their civil servants. Now she’s attacking the MPs whose votes she needs. It will have cost her support
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Mays statement and THIS is what you comment about... talk about being part of the problem. Get your priorities right.
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
I can only think of one who didnt... also a tory who joined UKIP..so good company
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
When they wont democratically go back to their own constituency after being elected under party mandate yes.
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
Probably becsuse youve just refuted statements without supporting them. Thats not true or its laughable doesnt wash as arguments
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
If not can an independent Scotland 😁
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Parveen Mar 20
This mass criticism of Jeremy Corbyn highlights how much the mass media dislike him. Corbyn walked out of a meeting for party leaders because: 1) Chuka Umunna is not a party leader 2) Independent Group isn’t a political party
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
Okay Frankie. Others clearly disagree with you.
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jimmy.jazz Mar 20
Replying to @SkyNews
Corbyn attends a meeting of party leaders. Finds it’s not a meeting of party leaders. Decides it’s another of May’s stunts. Leaves. May makes TV statement. Proves Corbyn right (yet again).
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Jon Snow Mar 20
Theresa May tells the British People ‘I’m on your side” ...which side is that? Leave, Remain, or Resign?
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
Elected on party manifesto outs bullet holes in SNPs democratic claims
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
It was a meeting for party leaders invited was a non leader of no political party for the sole reason that he walked out of Labour Party. For SNP to claim they want 2nd referendum to let people decide but happy to work with individuals who refuse to go to people after being 1/2
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Theresa May's 'important statement'
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @FTervit
In what way?
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Replying to @gmantlegrant @SkyNews
Is Corbyn walking out on meeting? Why then did Ian Blackford start his interview with this than the shambles that is May and govt.
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Allan Grogan Mar 20
Really Rachel this is pretty poor. Will you be speaking at Leadership debate at next GE? Why not? Not a leader just like Chuka
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