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Loz Argyle โš“ Jun 17
This new tory attack line, we must not let Corbyn get to Downing Street is pissing me off, they've obviously been ordered to say it, they were at in the attacking him constantly, fine you may say, except the media aren't challenging this, it must stop
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StrongerStabler Jun 16
Boris Johnson cynically refused to do the Channel 4 Britain's Next PM debate. He calculated that those candidates who wanted a softer Brexit would be removed before he entered the debate. The UK is being stitched up...
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Krishnan Guru-Murthy Jun 18
A good job Boris Johnson managed to avoid cacophony with his avoidance strategy isnโ€™t it! And the blue on blue. The first cabinet meeting should be fun, whoever wins.
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George Aylett ๐ŸŒ Jun 17
Boris Johnson previously said he wants potential leaders to face public debates. So why has he missed and ?
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Andrew #FBPE #PeoplesVote Jun 18
Emily Maitlis is making a complete hash of chairing the debate with candidates talking over each other. was much better. More disciplined. More structured.
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Child of Alba ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ Jun 17
Michaeal Gove played more than once on the fact that he has a personal grudge against EU because of what it did to his father, complete with choked voice. Even his father says this is bollocks.
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Lyn Jun 17
All of the candidates acknowledge they have not been getting on with the day job throughout the Brexit process. How dare anyone in the Conservative Party try to lecture the SNP, the most competent party in power.
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D.Dโˆ€RKO Jun 17
The take-home message, in case you missed last night's ๐Ÿ‘€
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Michael Millar Jun 17
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The Revd Dr Helen Dawes Jun 17
Not the central point of yesterday's , but I'm still troubled by asking if the country was 'ready' for a Pakistani-origin PM. 'We're not quite ready for...' is how discrimination says hello in polite society, it shouldn't be part of our politics.
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News Addict Jun 17
Completely agree with on the "I think was right not to go. It was the wrong stage. Yesterday was too early, too many candidates and too unclear as to where we are going" "What was the point?"
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(((kronfeld))) FBPE Jun 17
Has come out yet? Has his handlers released him? Has he been seen? Where's Boris Johnson? Where's Boris Johnson! Oh, who cares?
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JoceWhizz Jun 17
We think the choice for next Prime Minister couldn't be clearer
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๐—–๐—ฎ๐—ฟ๐—ผ๐—น ๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ๐ŸŒˆโ™ป๏ธโ˜ฎ๏ธ Jun 17
Boris Johnson's no-show on the & again, today, when he sent James Cleverly to do his dirty work should be of no surprise to any of us. He has form. As FS he scarpered from HOC on 2 separate occasions to avoid answering 's Urgent Questions on NI & Gaza.
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James Delingpole Jun 17
And the runaway winners of last night's ghastly were...
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Briefcase Michael Jun 18
The lack of an audience in tonight's BBC debate will make it feel a bit tame. In the we got some idea of how people were reacting to the contenders.....in Gove's case very badly.
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Will Black Jun 17
It's pathetic, built his whole career on doing fifth-rate impersonations of Winston Churchill. There is no effin way that Churchill would bottle out of the AND the . If he sneaks in this way he will have no legitimacy the government falls
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Claire Higgins Jun 16
I went to university with every stripe of Tory candidate, it's not just that they are not good people, it's that they are profoundly thick yet entitled people.
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Stuart Brady Jun 18
In Sunday's they admitted that social care and education cuts had been damaging. Tonight, they concede that our economy is massively underperforming compared to the rest of the world .
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Hughesy Jun 17
The candidates in last nightโ€™s did have one thing in common: collective amnesia about the damage they have inflicted on the most vulnerable in our society during ten years of Austerity...
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