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Darrell Jones May 18
Replying to @OwenJones84 @DMiliband
Yes! If is the leader
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Anna Soubry MP May 14
. we’re representing views of British business & TUC. It’s time for realistic solutions to deliver whilst doing the least harm to our economy & maintaining peace in N Ireland. As observes we cannot he held to ransom by Hard ideologues
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David Vance Feb 14
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Sparkle #GeneralElectionNow #Lexit Nov 11
Oh God, not AGAIN! Don't they EVER get tired of this nonsense? Britain doesn't want
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Uncle Norman Giller May 14
Been looking for UK's Macron ... and here he is, the re-emerging David Miliband. What damage did the unions do by blocking him in favour of his well-meaning, but less dynamic younger brother?
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith May 14
It's a toss up of what is the greatest folly Brexit or the delusion that can save us from it.
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Bharat May 14
Replying to @Hepworthclare
Sorry my last tweet is not clear. I meant to say we do not need to take any lessons from . I got my delivery wrong.
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Nicholas Walker Ph.D May 14
Party must be absolutely desperate if they are turning to the likes of and for their support!
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Christopher #FBPE May 14
so refreshing to hear joined up intelligent thinking this morning on brexit
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Bonnie Greer May 14
"You live in New York, what's it to you?" And that was the gist of this straight outta "interview" Humphrys just conducted with . He replied: "Well, I'm still a British citizen". "True.." Humphrys admitted. Jeez...!
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Richard Woolley Jun 29
" government has protected & from any punishment for their complicity in . and are part of the same elite interest group that under pressure sticks together as a class against the people."
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Lion & Unicorn May 14
is back? Again? As said in 2015: "He’s still around, of course, still capable of delivering a platitude in the style of Tony Blair... But somehow he doesn’t seem to be relevant, in any way at all, to current Labour politics."
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Houseboat Laura Dec 12
Dear . I might consider rejoining if you endorse a and bring back home to lead the party.
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STEVE MOSS Ⓥ Sep 9
Blairite putting a type spin on the 'no confidence' motion passed against . But deselection would be because of her lack of support for the leadership & excellent policies & not because of race or religion. Shame on you David!
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boo lee May 14
At £400,000 a year, I wouldn't mind going off into the political wilderness for a bit. That must be where the money tree is. is.
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith May 14
It's too bad didn't believe in soft water boarding as he does a soft .
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sheila mary roberts Apr 3
Replying to @HichamYezza
the very last person i would vote for
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JobCentreSUCKS Apr 3
Replying to @HichamYezza
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith May 14
Under 's watch as Foreign Sec Britain knowingly rendered prisoners for torture to CIA black sites .
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Brian Brackbrick Dec 12
Replying to @evilhasnoname @Baddiel
Worth pointing out that actually got more party votes for leader than Ed, but the unions shoehorned Ed in; David was more electable; Labour could have won in 2010... how different things would be now 🤷‍♀️
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