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S Nov 30
Jack Merritt was a young man who was working to help to rehabilitate prisoners and to fight their corner when so few would. My heart breaks for him and his family. The world is so cruel sometimes. RIP Jack 💔
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Antonello Guerrera Nov 30
Extraordinary video. Pure bravery. Thank you heroes.
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London Crime LDN & U.K Crime Nov 30
Cambridge University graduate Jack Merritt has been named as one of the victims of yesterday's attack
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Katie Hopkins Dec 2
Lefty academics have listened to their own bullcr*p for so long, they have spawned an entire grant-funded industry off the back of it was a perfect storm of lefty academics believing their own bull & a country in the thrall of Islamism
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Sandy Rashty Nov 30
The first victim of the terror attack has been named: Jack Merritt. Former Cambridge University student. Just devastating.
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Allison Pearson Nov 30
On the one hand we have the remarkable bravery of “ordinary” members of the public. On the other, we have a criminal justice system - including human rights QCs - who facilitate violent jihadists to get away with murder. Stinks.
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Dionne Grant Nov 30
victim Jack Merritt had an MA in criminology from Cambridge.“ His dissertation was on the overrepresentation of young Black, Asian and minority ethnic males in the British prison system. He always ‘took the side of the underdog’” (via )
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Ben Jennings Dec 1
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Katie Hopkins Dec 2
Spare us another vigil Silence your thoughts & prayers Do not say we stand united when terrorists roam free Hide your face Put away your easy words & tokens of sorrow All for naught This country needs real men now Armed with tusks of whales
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Katie Hopkins Dec 2
was a perfect storm 3 things; lefty academics & their ‘Learning Together’ clap trap A Muslim Mayor on his knees to his voting base And a belief that human rights of Jihadis are worth more than the actual right to life of our children.
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Abdul Hamid Faruki Dec 7
Man with knife attempts to enter a mosque. Police say "mental health" may be a factor. Yeah, not much media coverage either. How much you want to bet he was White? The attacker was a terrorist, but the man in Leeds had mental health? 🤔
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Katie Hopkins Dec 2
Reject the narrative. Refuse to be fed the words of politicians. It is time for action. It is time for our country to determine NEVER AGAIN
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Andrew Bloch Nov 30
What an incredible photo. A Polish chef named Łukasz fights the terrorist with a 5ft narwhal tusk he grabbed from the wall of a nearby fishmongers. Bloody Poles comin’ ‘ere taking down our terrorists.
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Metropolitan Police Dec 2
Our sincere and heartfelt thanks go out to all of our officers, staff, partners and members of the public for their support over the weekend. Our thoughts remain with everyone affected by the attack, particularly the family and friends of Saskia and Jack.
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Daniela Nadj Nov 30
The fact that a Polish man probably saved many more lives because he had the guts to take on the terrorist, will probably do more for the remain cause than anything said during the referendum campaign 2.5 years ago. Brave man! Europe's finest.
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Sergeant Dave Nov 30
Adapt. Improvise. Overcome. Narwhal tusk. Fire extinguisher. Bare hands. (and most importantly, courage) Bloody heroes of !
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Priti Patel Nov 30
The Prime Minister & I met today with police at the heart of London’s response to yesterday’s attack. The police have my full backing & I want to thank them again for their dedication. My thoughts are with all those affected by this horrific attack.
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Serena Wright Nov 30
FAO: People talking about ‘the bravery of the public’ in yesterday’s attacks, while simultaneously demonising ‘prisoners’: know that some of the ‘brave public’ individuals who tackled Khan were former prisoners too. Heroes. Part of our family. 1/2
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Tarek Fatah Dec 5
Why most terrorist attacks in UK r carried out by Pakistani Punjabis? Why not British Muslims of Turkish, Iranian, Baloch, Kurdish or Malay ancestry get involved in type attacks? My column in ⁦⁩ explores the phenomenon.
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Talha Ahsan Dec 6
In light of the recent burial of the attacker in Pakistan and not the UK where he was born, I want to describe two grooming techniques of militant Islamists about which young people and their parents should be aware: 1. Epistemic dependence 2. Enforced hierarchy
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