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Andrew Hesselden
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Andrew Hesselden 21h
Replying to @LDNFieldsLido
Thanks. A little warmer than Charlton then. And a lot warmer than parliament hill!
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 18
Replying to @LDNFieldsLido
How warm is the pool at the moment please?
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RogueWhitehallStaff Feb 18
Rumours swirling here that the Andrew Sabisky resignation is all for show. Someone saw a meeting invite for ~next week~ with his name on it but using a personal email address. People saying he's working remotely until this dies down.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 18
Replying to @Formstack @guardian
Thank you. It’s a popular form clearly!
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 18
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RogueWhitehallStaff Feb 16
Following the appointment of racist eugenicist Andrew Sabisky as a special adviser, we are government staff who will be tweeting anonymously in order to expose the dysfunction at the heart of government since Cummings and Johnson took over. The fightback starts here
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RogueWhitehallStaff Feb 16
Br*xit is so much worse than they are telling you. PM doesn’t understand it at all, Cummings has convinced him that the new “Boris Deals” with Australia and Brazil will make up for losing EU trade.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 14
Hello. Can I message you please?
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 6
Impossible There is little that annoys me more than people saying things are “impossible”, when really they just mean they’re not allowed, not agreed, not universally desirable or not usually done. Imagine how much could be possible if we stopped saying things were impossible.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 6
Replying to @VicVA2
Keeping freedom of movement of people and staying in the single market
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
No why?
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
Hard to believe these callers are for real
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
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James Chespy FRSA, Former EU citizen ? #RejoinEU Feb 4
Great Britain once could be trusted to keep its word on the world stage. Our word was our bond and keeping it was a matter of honour for those who held the title First Lord of the Treasury.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
Don’t cause racist hatred where there is none.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
Replying to @CarlaSpade
You can think what you want. This isn’t about black and white 🙄
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
Who cares about economic growth? It’s not the only measure of success in 2020.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
It’s to do with low wages in Africa and Asia (and people there suffer sometimes). In Europe it’s not allowed to pay low wages (and local producers can’t compete). People want cheap stuff. That creates a dependency on imports and is bad for defence reasons.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 4
Nothing. But they are humans who have to work for very low wages. That’s not allowed in UK and Europe. As a result British and European producers can’t compete so production moves to Africa/Asia/America wherever. Then we lose domestic capability which is a defence issue.
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Andrew Hesselden Feb 3
Replying to @Anna_Soubry
Bonkers. The people have been conned. We are throwing up barriers to our closest neighbours, destroying the lives of our own citizens and simultaneously throwing open the doors to Africa, Asia etc. This certainly doesn’t look like it was ever about protecting the domestic economy
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