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LBC Jun 30
James O'Brien's response to Boris Johnson's speech: "It's the triumphalism I can't get my head around. The first five minutes of that speech were like a lap of honour when we're in the middle of absolute awfulness." |
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Loz Argyle ⚓ May 24
Boris Johnson has tonight made the Theresa May Premiership look like a golden era
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Laura May 24
I really think that we all need to come together to make a stand against BJ. Schools refuse to open, transport workers refuse to work, police etc show them who votes for them in the first place!
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Adam Brooks Jun 23
1m social distancing from July 4th
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Kimberley May 24
Don’t forget, Stanley Johnson also broke lockdown to visit his newborn grandson.
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Cllr Carla Thomas May 24
It was the 3rd Anniversary of the Attack on 22nd May. My poor sister hasn't been able to spend time with our family. She suffers from PTSD & sustained serious injuries which have changed her life. We've missed her terribly. I'm beyond furious with
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Glasgow Girl 📚💞 Jun 20
Sentence by sentence out of a script, like a good little robot. Sounds like a sales pitch to the cabal in their war room is insane. I doubt he even understands this crap.
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Ross Butter May 24
Boris Johnson likes to keep his speech-hole squeaky clean.
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Marky Carter May 24
The whole British nation reaction to our government :
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Haval Balata May 24
So, work on frontline, contract , become very ill, pass it on to wife, she becomes ill, carry on caring for our 3yr & 6wk old boys, in total isolation, unable to call on family support, get through it, get back to work and the conclusion is I’m a bad parent?
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Roger Kangaroo May 24
Updated slide released to show transport usage March / April.
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Liqzilla May 24
We were having such a difficult time weighing up the pros and cons of sending our children back to school. However we've decided on a road trip instead. It's our instinct we feel this is the best thing to do. Any parent would understand.
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sam May 24
this was by far the best part of - I was in tears. oh boris...
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Kris Griffiths May 24
Replying to @10DowningStreet
Just found a fantastic old tweet from in April, for the benefit of our PM & all the backers still insisting Dom is a great dad who broke no laws
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AB "Hamilton is imperialist propaganda" Silvera May 26
Over 2000 people in the UK have died of COVID-19 in the last week alone you absolute fucking melt
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Rosina Cantaldo May 24
If Boris Johnson claps for the NHS on Thursday I am driving to London to start a revolution. I will be following 'instinct' and acting with 'integrity'
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Spread The Word May 24
Well, this from UK Civil Service just about sums it up really. Boris Johnson knows that the end of Cummings means the end of him. Of course he's not asking him to resign, Cummings didn't tell him to!
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Grant-TR May 24
Think Boris Johnson underestimated just how angry the people are. Dominic Cummings being confronted on the street of his home.
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Mark Boothroyd #wearamask May 24
Cummings should be heckled and hounded wherever he goes. He’s the architect of misery and suffering for so many people. He needs to be sacked right now.
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Debra Kidd May 24
The man who is telling us that its essential for children's health for them to do back to school is the same man who has told us that it was essential to a child's health to be confined in a small car for four hours with two infected parents.
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