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Gabriel Pogrund
Politics and investigations reporter at The Sunday Times. 2018 Stern Fellow at The Washington Post
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Laurie Macfarlane 1h
It’s 2019, and a hereditary peer in the House of Lords has called for an African country to be recolonised. Regardless of what happens with Brexit, the archaic farce that is British ‘democracy’ must be radically transformed — and soon
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Gabriel Pogrund 3h
Hi Lisa - could you please follow me back so I can DM? Thank you so much
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Chemi Shalev Jan 21
Buzzfeed exposes the original concocters of the anti-Soros campaign: The late Arthur Finkelstein and George Birnbaum, aka Netanyahu's closest advisers. He introduced the diabolical duo to Hungary’s Viktor Orban, and the rest is sordid anti-Semitic history.
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Gabriel Pogrund 23h
Hi Jessica - please could you follow me so I can DM? Thank you so much. G
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 21
Hi Mishka - please could you follow me so I can DM? Thank you so much, G
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christinalamb Jan 20
So sad to see all that hope after Mugabe’s ouster turned to horror. We expose children beaten and other atrocities that Zimbabwe regime is hiding behind an internet shutdown its spokesman says is ‘to protect the people’ | News | The Sunday Times
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 20
Devastating and important piece by
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 20
A masterpiece of a LIDO. The genre perfected. Everyone at will read in awe - and be proud the tradition lives on! et al
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 20
The hardest story I’ve ever had to tell: I spent a week guzzling Chicken McNuggets investigating how Uber flouts childhood obesity policy and delivers McDonald’s to schools. (Furious fast food giant says its Uber’s fault, not theirs.)
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 20
insisted I spend the week investigating, and latterly eating, McDonald’s - there will be ample time next week
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Aaron Bastani Jan 19
This is the definition of 'fake news' - read this thread and see what a story with global reach was actually based on.
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 19
Hi Valentine. Please could you follow me so i can DM? Thank you so much! Gabriel
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 19
Hi Geoff. Please could you follow me back so I can DM? Thank you so much
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Robert Stephens Jan 17
Quit your job in advertising. You will never beat this.
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Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 Jan 17
Just in: UK newspaper circulation December ’18, with year-on-year % The Sun: 1,396,417⬇️6% Daily Mail: 1,223,410⬇️12% Daily Mirror: 514,926⬇️12% The Times: 417,368⬇️6% Daily Telegraph: 363,183⬇️8% Daily Express: 320,602⬇️12% Financial Times: 180,915⬇️6% Guardian: 140,497⬇️7%
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Christian May Jan 16
Every time Corbyn is criticised for sitting down with unsavoury characters (terrorists, basically) he says you have to talk to people you disagree with... He does not extend that logic to sitting down with the Prime Minister to discuss Brexit
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David Allen Green Jan 16
The Brexit Secretaries for the negotiation were Davis and Raab; the foreign secretary at the material times was Johnson; the international trade secretary (still without a single trade deal since 2016) is Fox. Brexiteers indeed have had their chance. And they flunked it.
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Gabriel Pogrund Jan 16
H-U-G-E. First 2020 presidential candidate to weigh in on Theresa May's Brexit defeat is John Delaney. "Staying is not an option after a referendum, unless they have a second.” Scoop by
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Jake Sherman Jan 15
Because you signed a legislative branch appropriations bill already.
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