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raymond delauney 12 May 18
If you peruse the edit history on the Wikipedia page on Ken Livingstone you will also find the smudged fingerprints of that “Mr Cross”.
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George Galloway
I will pay a Reward of £1k for the positive identification of the sinister Mr Philip Cross
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Soily Sound 12 May 18
I had a look at the pages of pretty much every anti-war journalist/campaigner and Russiagate/Skripal/Syria gas attack sceptic I could think of and went to edit history and guess what? Philip Cross had edited *every* one of their pages, the man literally never stops night or day.
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FiveFilters.org ⏳ 12 May 18
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Max(imillian) Steele(akovic) 12 May 18
All roads will surely lead to Gideon Falter and his aggressive online army at the bullshit CAS - an organisation freshly cooked up solely to undermine Corbyn’s leadership.
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raymond delauney 12 May 18
Lest we forget Antony, the father of Oliver Kamm, gets the ‘Phillip Cross’ treatment.
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raymond delauney 12 May 18
Anthea Bell, mother of Oliver Kamm gets the hagiographers touch from ‘Phillip Cross’
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Errorist  #GTTO 🇵🇸 12 May 18
HSBC is always in there somewhere. I also see he was an economist and financial analyst both proven to be less reliable in predictions than a cat.
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raymond delauney 12 May 18
The late warmongering ‘Euston Manifesto’ chancer Norman Geras has his Wikipedia page lovingly tended policed by a certain ‘Phillip Cross’
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🌂Phillip Somerville 12 May 18
You realize MI5 surely employ ppl for such? Huge budget allocations in US & UK.
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Peace Unity Hope 12 May 18
Then Mr Cross may be more than one person. Usually they are teams...
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George Galloway 12 May 18
Is there a pattern developing here?
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Matthew Gordon-Banks 12 May 18
The DM arrived in the last few minutes.
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