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Britain Elects Dec 12
Hearing that Clacton (the only seat UKIP won in ) may have become the safest Tory seat.
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Postal Vote Investigation Jan 26
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Mark Hooper Dec 15
I realise I’ve changed a lot since 2015 & so has lots of other stuff, in the heady world of politics. This was pre-Brexit & pre for me. But, there’s lots that made me ‘aha’ or ‘u-hum’ in re-reading this in light of Thursday. &
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Rachel Rogers Nov 24
I am a little bit tired of being told that I ‘have to’ vote Labour in by people who ‘couldn’t bring’ themselves to do so in ...
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Iain McGill Dec 10
'Don't vote Labour' warn 15 former Labour MPs in eleventh hour election ad
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Toby James Dec 12
Students unable to vote in It will be important to find the eventual causes here. Citizens missing from the register was the most common problem reported in recent elections, affecting two third of polling stations at :
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Joanna Cherry QC May 7
Thank you to the people of for electing me 5 years ago today in . It’s been the privilege of my life to represent my city & my country at Westminster & to be a strong voice for them during turbulent & challenging times.
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PARLY May 7
A few days after the SNP’s 56 MPs arrived at Westminster 1/2
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Nigel Chapman May 8
My most commented upon photo of 2015, Facebook tells me. Maybe I need to work on my social diary 😬
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LibDemBarChart Nov 7
What's that Skip? 🦘 Team Red leaflet in using data on their graph to make the race look tighter? Streuth! I thought only the Yellows did that...
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GET A GRIP Mar 23
At , 64% of British Jews voted for the and just 15% for , led by Ed, a Jew. The ‘abandonment’ of Labour by Jews happened BEFORE Corbyn. Jews are extremely unlikely to vote Labour, regardless of who becomes Leader.
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John Clarke Dec 7
Iain Drunken Smith, It was meant to be “Kinder, gentler politics”...during . I stood against Very Nasty Tory Priti Patel in Witham & L👀K what her supporters did to my literature? Her other Tactics included a 15-page “Smear dossier” on me to the Press.
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Sikh Federation UK Apr 26
Sikh groups threaten legal action against Scottish government over census This requires your personal intervention given you specifically supported a Sikh ethnic tick box for Census 2021 when we met you prior to
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Alan in Belfast Feb 8
Very sorry to hear about the death of Keelin Shanley - I've fond memories of a election night broadcast from 's Belfast studio when she chaired our madcap ideas+predictions with humour & skill, even emailing afterwards to say thanks
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EKEM Branch Mar 31
Does the UK voting public not deserve much better? Did people really vote in & for ? To put ideological obsession & economic catastrophe above the health of the nation? 1/3
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Make Votes Matter Dec 4
Definition of "matter" (verb) "Be important or significant." Were these votes in important or significant? If not, we need to
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Andrew Gunn Sep 10
Brilliant British politics scholar ventures into policy territory with an analysis of Nick Clegg’s no tuition fees pledge & the effects of this broken promise on in a new edited book on electoral pledges
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Cllr Hannah Perkin 🔶 May 7
Spoiler alert. They weren't
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Bilal Mahmood May 7
5 yrs ago today, I rolled up my sleeves and represented the party I loved in my hometown. It was a hard task. But thanks to Chingford & Woodford Green's stalwart and dedicated members, and community based campaigns, we put us on track to make the seat winnable.
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Ross Colquhoun Jan 17
After this interview Jim Murphy went on to lose 40 of Labour’s 41 seats during . The SNP nearly won every seat in Scotland, with 56. Murphy has also managed to get basic facts wrong in this negative presentation, public spending *in* Scotland was not £75.3bn.
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