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Lafargue Jul 14
Replying to @cymrurouge
I particularly like the suggestion that Facebook is to blame for this, as if the exact same trick couldn't have been pulled with printed leaflets
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Frank Sobotka Jul 14
Replying to @Lafargue
It's the bit where he, with the benefit of hindsight, boasts about not running the voter registration ads. Incredible.
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Frank Sobotka Jul 14
Replying to @Lafargue
Sorry, meant this is the bit that blew me away the most
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Frank Sobotka Jul 14
Replying to @askforcawmby
It's one of their fixed views - non-voters don't vote, write them off, labour needs Tory voters to win
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Paul Elliott Jul 14
Replying to @cymrurouge
They need to named and exposed to the World
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Frank Sobotka Jul 14
Replying to @pelliott1954
Hopefully most are gone or will be soon
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GuiseleyRawdonLabour Jul 14
I didn't think it was possible to target a specific individual with a Facebook ad. You can use certain demographics to target smaller groups but not granular enough to target a specific person. Operation Corbyn Smear #362 is commencing
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Frank Sobotka Jul 14
Yeah I wondered how they targeted individuals... suppose maybe on postcode
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Tom Baldwin Jul 16
I wasn’t working for Labour at the time. I left in 2015.
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Frank Sobotka Jul 16
Good luck with the second ref Tom mate
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Eoghan Beecher Jul 16
Sorry I missed this. Pretty much the same as “Owen” maybe with ever so slightly less of a “w” sound. I’ve heard some hilarious pronunciation attempts in my time.
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Frank Sobotka Jul 16
There's a similar name in Welsh too, Ieuan (more of a yaayan although some say it more like Ewan)
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