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Julia Hartley-Brewer 7h
Perhaps because they will be ostracised for not adhering to the Remain groupthink is academia. I hear the same from many City workers I meet who whisper their Brexit support but dare not speak it out loud in their workplace.
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Stephen Lindsay 6h
Europeans are as worthy as citizens of anywhere else - happy to be friends but the world is getting smaller (IT & travel) & the is a 1970s solution to a 1950s problem. It's a potentially dangerous group thinking power; one day it could be Orwells's 1984 Eurasia.
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ExxCee Feb 17
- Brendan Cox admitting he's a sex pest; - Top Labour bods having secret meetings with Soviet spies; - Dead homeless man found opposite Houses of Parliament and adopted vy Labour as a symbol of 'evil tory-ness' turns out to be an illegal immigrant paedophile... What a weekend.
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Stephen Lindsay 9h
I did my own research.
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Stephen Lindsay 9h
Replying to @JamesKelly
Don't like the music much but will buy a ticket in future anyway. I read that 96% of 'artists' are out of touch with 52% of voters
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Julia Hartley-Brewer 18h
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 17
hero Kenneth Clarke: "Farage is the most successful politician of my generation". Without him we would not have had a & he gets bums in front of TV screens. The Parliament doesn't even initiate legislation - he's there to expose it; not help it survive
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 17
The BBC don't cover his EU Parliament masterpieces but millions get his message on social media. It's a fig leaf for democracy anyway...
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 17
UKIP elected the most UK MEPs in your beloved (admitted useless) parliament. Makes Fararge a top political leader
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BrexitCentral Feb 16
If you ask business leaders directly instead of only listening to what business lobby groups say, a majority actually think Brexit will be good for their companies and 63% support it on a personal level, finds
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talkRADIO Feb 16
"Can't young people consider for one moment that older people are wiser?" Young Brexiteer Steven Edginton counters yesterday's argument made by young Remainer Femi Oluwole. Watch below ▼ | |
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Mark Feb 16
Jacob Rees-Mogg for Prime Minster! Retweet if you agree!
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 16
And the largest group of British MEPs in the (admittedly irrelevant) European Parliament
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 14
Replying to @StevenEdginton
For young people, especially at University, being pro- is not for the feint hearted. Employers take note - these are bright, strong willed candidates
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 14
Replying to @Andrew_Adonis @JWils60
Agreed - can't really justify covering politics; they are institutionally biased (either by omission or their own reporters' politics) & that's not acceptable with tax payers £.
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Steven Edginton Feb 13
I am a young person. I spent hours campaigning to leave. Here's why Brexit will be good for my generation.
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Jen Robinson Feb 13
“Ready for British justice but not American injustice”: makes bid for freedom - after more than seven years of restrictions on his liberty without charge
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Isabel Robeson Feb 12
1) The prostitution scandal does not surprise me. I was raised all over the world by frontline aid workers and am used to the humanitarian industry being staffed by bizarre, narcissistic people. THREAD 👇👇👇
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Stephen Lindsay Feb 13
Replying to @JWils60 @LowTaxChloe
Crazy argument...unless you legislate that all no-shows count as votes. If you don't vote you don't count. We voted to
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Steven Woolfe MEP Feb 13
Quitting EU will help poorer Brits most by making goods in shops cheaper, says top Aussie official. Reinforces why we need to have our own trade policy, outside of the Customs Union.
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