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Ian Lawley 17h
The intellectual Titan that is Brandon Lewis MP tells us that although the Business Secretary may have been taken ill with coronavirus, it may just be ‘heavy hayfever’. Surely he means ‘world-beating hayfever’.
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Jacq Dodman 🇬🇧🇪🇺 Europen Citizen ⭐️ 19h
67k Covid test samples were sent to the US, but 30k were returned as void. Doesn’t sound like a world beating test and track programme but I guess Hancock will be happy that’s at least another 30k or 60k tests to add to his totals.
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Tim Montgomerie Jun 2
Nissan chooses UK over Spain - doesn’t get headline treatment on Nissan warns at danger of no deal with EU - gets headline treatment on
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Paul Johnson May 30
I don't think we've got a full handle on schools. And that makes people nervous' Prof Peter Horby, SAGE, Spain deaths y'day: 2 UK deaths y'day: 324 Spain won't open schools until September
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Alex Ford Jun 2
Just heard someone on suggesting use of military was appropriate an proportionate and normal: just like after death of Rodney King and in 1960s he said. Not challenged on this. What? I mean literally what the fuck?! BBC have to stop platforming racists
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Ben Fuller Jun 1
throwing shade now, interviewing a very Prime Ministerial Gordon Brown, who steered us through the 2008 , outlining his plan to ease the worldwide recession.
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Richard Milne Jun 2
On the latest Tory plan to dismantle democracy ...
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Ben Fuller Jun 1
Replying to @BBCRadio4
Hearing ex-PM Gordon Brown on just now... When did current PM last (has he ever as PM?) go on to be interviewed??
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David Webb May 28
Morning all. I . Will you? Cummings must go.
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Peter John Jones 18h
It comes to something when I'm looking at a nasty fucker like Jeremy Hunt thinking wistfully 'if only he was in charge now'.
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Ian Patterson, Socially Distant Jun 2
Every news report about the virus and easing lockdown in the EU speaks of regional variations, Paris moving slower than the rest of France for example. Why oh why do we not see this issue pursued with a vengeance. Why is England so centralised even now.
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Ben Fuller Jun 2
Replying to @politicsastar
mocks up Jacob Rees Mogg’s plan for MPs to vote, stores yesterday 😉😂 ... a queue nearly a mile long which will take 30 mins for every vote. Surely this is impractical?
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(((Louise Cooke))) Jun 2
For your MP to vote in Parliament they need to not be shielding or living with someone shielding. They need to be strong enough to queue for an hour, sometimes standing in the rain. If this was happening elsewhere would it still be funny?
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Anna Langton 18h
I noticed that the interviewer talked over the disabled woman, at the end of the item about supermarkets. Don't do this. It's rude. The listeners want to hear the guests. If the item over-runs, then rejig something else. All minorities have a voice and must be heard.
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Emma Dixon 18h
"Donald Trump has taken an uncompromising approach to the protests against the killing of George Floyd". Really ? "Uncompromising"?
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Peter John Jones 19h
The main reason so many top Tories are being infected with is that they break the rules as a matter or course and, unlike our submissive electorate, the virus doesn't respect bravado or arrogance.
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Jenny Watts 18h
Would Justin Webb have called anyone else in the royal family by their maiden name. Sophie Wessex? Never heard her maiden name. But the Duchess of Sussex? Tell us Justin, why was that???
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Nicholas Salter 18h
questions show shortsightedness - end of air travel is great for combating . Key problem is lack of media and political interest in new ideology to make change stress free
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David Webb 14h
Replying to @lancewalton
So it's not "bad hay fever", as Brandon Lewis rather desperately suggested on after all.
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Chloë Trew 19h
Great to hear discussion of the impact of restrictions on disabled people on , especially on the right to food, thanks . This has directly affected many people in Scotland and in particular blind and visually impaired people who need a guide.
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