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Lester the Nightfly Nov 8
Replying to @carole99897
Ran away. Stay away.
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Gyunius Hilary Oct 14
Glad to meet one of my heroes at
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PRIDE Solidarity Sep 24
arguably had been leader he would have become PM and we would have been far from this mess.
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euromoney.com Nov 6
"The fiction is that refugees are only there for a short time...you have to end that fiction"
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@arsenalsdove Sep 29
Oh shut up already U are such an embarrassment to the Try & fill shoes first before u rabbit on.
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No_2_Saladin Nov 19
My issue with is he's paid very well to front a charity. He uses that position to apply his own political opinion on the democratic will of people of this country. This duplicity goes against the neutral stance he should observe regarding his professional status.
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euromoney.com Nov 6
"You can't just have a global economy, you need global responsibility as well," says
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Darren bailey Nov 19
"David Miliband" sits in a NY penthouse taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from a charity while lecturing UK poor about how to run their lives. Never forget how all these Blairites expanded the rich-poor divide & took us into an illegal war. Vile people.
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OptimisteSansEspoir Dec 8
Imagine earns $425,000 a year working for a refugee charity. That's not including his living expenses.
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PEGIDA Trends Dec 8
Brexit Is 'the Humiliation of Britain', Says Soros-Backed Migrant Charity Boss - Breitbart...
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BBrhams Dec 4
International development : some hard-working and dedicated people, but overall a morally corrupt industry. One day the public will wake up and find out. Starting with sexual abuse, covert spying and being a pawn to political ambitions
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Dambisa Moyo Dec 4
Another photo from 's book launch party for his new book Rescue with Ian Bremmer. Repost by
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Musa Ali Nov 27
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Marcus Agrippa🇬🇧 Nov 25
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EUobserver Nov 25
[Interview] needs to step up its resettlement pledges, says .
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billy Nov 22
trying to resurrect the warcriminal's General, - The sad irony is he was talking about the refugee crisis. Something he helped create and is now making big bucks from...not enough sickbags at hand to cope
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EUobserver Nov 22
[Interview] In an interview with EUobserver # says the can either accept unregulated irregular or make a better effort of creating legal pathways.
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EUobserver Nov 22
[Interview] is pressing the to accept some 540,000 resettled over five years.
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ILKERKRKMZ Nov 22
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Tony Nov 20
Replying to @afneil
Yesterday said: "At time of Brexit referendum, there was no Macron, German politics stuck." Today Angela Merkel's leadership in the balance as German coalition talks collapse. Difficult when you justify EU membership on current events. Next union with Zimbabwe.
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