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John Biggins
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John Biggins 28m
Replying to @joymorrissey
57% of those who voted in 2019 didn't vote Tory. They, not your Conservative teachers, represent the majority opinion in this country. See me after class for extra maths.
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John Biggins 53m
Replying to @lukeakehurst
Wow! You destroyed Venezuela, Bolivia & Palestine! Did you do that on your own or did you require help?
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John Biggins 2h
...of whom there are apparently few left in the UK.
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John Biggins 3h
Replying to @IanByrneMP
Except if the big funder’s Len McC who’s always threatening to withdraw it unless the party follows his line. The line that has led to 2 hopeless leaders, 3 disastrous general elections, local election & Euro losses & a catastrophic referendum defeat.
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John Biggins 3h
Sorry you have to put up with these scumbags. Corbyn & his coterie have emboldened them.
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John Biggins 14h
Replying to @RaymondSnoddy
McCluskey has a lot to answer for.
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Robbie Young Aug 9
Alan Johnson is a hero. Pass it on. 👏🏼
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John Biggins 16h
One would hope so but I suspect he & his victimised acolytes will never run out of material. As long as Israel exists & Starmer continues to betray their socialist values OJ et al will fan the flames in The Graun. Get rid of them once & for all, I say.
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John Biggins 17h
‘I’m afraid I’ll still need to know your wherabouts on the night of August 5, Josh.’
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John Biggins 19h
Replying to @SmartEnergyGB
'Helping make our our energy...'?
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John Biggins 20h
Replying to @tonymc39 @UKLabour
Amazing how the Corbynites demanded total loyalty to Jeremy after he’d spent decades undermining the party & its leaders from the back benches. Trouble is they were too thick to realise that if they wanted to move the party left they needed a better & more trustworthy candidate.
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John Biggins 20h
Replying to @jrschlosberg
Clearly, when the saboteurs had been cleared out by 2019, when Jeremy & his chums were in complete control, the election result was very different. Just shows how the Blairites were holding the party back.
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John Biggins 21h
A few Corbynites will stamp their feet on Twitter because Jeremy couldn’t control his office & his acolytes alienated members of his staff. Apart from that, nobody gives a toss. Under new management.
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John Biggins 22h
Replying to @make_trouble
Corbyn undermined every leader he served under from the back benches. In those days the only media interested were the Morning Star & Socialist Worker. His catastrophic tenure as leader ensures wider coverage of his sabotage today. Time to eject him, Momentum & the cultists.
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John Biggins 23h
Replying to @Redpeter99
They’ll never get over their love for him. Tragic, really.
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John Biggins 23h
Replying to @Geraintmogs
What a stunner!
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John Biggins 23h
Replying to @fionasimpson007
Sometimes very. At other times he’s a complete idiot. Nice to keep the readers guessing. .
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John Biggins 23h
You’ll need to provide evidence for that. Although I did have a Momentum activist knock on my door in London, parachuted in from Sheffield. Nice young man but utterly clueless.
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John Biggins 23h
Research done: none.
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John Biggins Aug 9
Replying to @make_trouble
It’s so heartening to see Jeremy supporters luxuriating in his radiance. It’s so obviously a thrill & an honour for them to be in his presence, absorbing his wisdom & humility.
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