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Gavin Esler
Writer. Chancellor UniKent. CONTACT: lfennimore@noelgay.com; literary agent David Higham Ltd. New book “HOW BRITAIN ENDS” (Head of Zeus Feb 2021)
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Gavin Esler 57m
Yes, it’s almost like she had some secret power over them, like being their boss or something ...
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HW Fisher Writers 3h
"Britain is not dumbing down" said author , when we spoke to him about in Britain. "The best of Britain is seen very often in literary festivals." Hear more from the UK's top authors on and the
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Gavin Esler 17h
If only someone could have predicted this. (Repeat ad nauseam)
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Gavin Esler 19h
Not in the U.K. unfortunately
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Gavin Esler Nov 24
Here’s the Bank of England warning that a No Deal Brexit would be worse for the economy than COVID- but we could get BOTH at the same time ...
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Gavin Esler Nov 24
Government priorities neatly summed up by
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Lionel Barber Nov 23
Amazing that when Bank of England Governor says No Deal Brexit will damage economy more than Covid, it is barely considered news. Surreal too that the (likely) deal will be Hard Brexit and there will be barely a peep
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Gavin Esler Nov 24
In the tradition of Cummings and Patel - One Law for Them, another law for the rest of us: Tory MPs rebuked over letter to judge in Charlie Elphicke references case | Judiciary | The Guardian
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Gavin Esler Nov 22
If you can’t lead without lies, you can’t lead.
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Gavin Esler Nov 21
Well, Boris Johnson got coronavirus wrong, free school meals wrong, Trump wrong, the Cummings mess wrong, devolution wrong - there is no reason to expect he would get bullying right, or indeed anything else demanding common-sense, empathy or judgement. Brexit is next.
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
This kind of stuff from Conservative MPs is really embarrassing. It is like saying “I met Jimmy Savile but he was nice to me.” Are they so tone deaf they don’t get it? Is this the famous “reset” of Johnson’s failing time in Downing Street?
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Rachel Clarke Nov 16
God give me the confidence of a man who has chosen to set up a whole new political party based around his pandemic opinions... yet who has never even heard of an incubation period 😳
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
Just to be clear: the highly respected former official who conducted an inquiry into alleged wrong-doing has quit. The Home Secretary he found to have engaged in the wrongdoing is still in her job. And some Conservative MPs think this is okay. Britain 2020
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
One Rule for Them, another rule for the rest of us. How can the press secretary say this with a straight face?
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
It has been utterly useless, “unintentionally” which means it’s all fine
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
In other news: Britain voted for Brexit but it was “not intentional” so we can just forget about it.
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Gavin Esler Nov 20
Prime Minister Malfoy desperately searching for Crabbe and Goyle
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Sarah Hurst Nov 20
My employment tribunal against the Department for International Trade for discrimination on the basis of perceived disability, sex and age is scheduled for Jan. 4-8 in Reading. I was bullied, told I had autism and sacked. I am happy to answer media questions.
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