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EL4C Apr 15
Amazing how allowed Boris Johnson to wriggle off the hook. He says he was answering a question about the type of nerve agent used, not its source. Listen to the question again. It's clear. Why didn't Marr play it back to him? Poor.
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Haggis_UK - #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Apr 15
Patrick Stewart -The terms & conditions on the separation are quite unlike the terms & conditions that were spoken of so loosely during the referendum campaign. Hence the call for a
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Sean Cooper 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇮🇱 Apr 15
We just want OUT of the EU. Don't give a shit how good or bad a deal is. Economics aren't everything. Take your Soros money & shove it where the sun doesn't shine remoaner wankers.
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Bakehouse Cottage #FBPE Apr 14
Thankfully Damian Collins is taking the manipulation of elections and the democratic process by Cambridge Analytica and allied organisations far more seriously than the BBC.
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Kerry-Anne Mendoza Apr 15
It’s three years old, but damn. This cartoon nails it.
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John Apr 15
If was a backbencher we’d all laugh at him. That he’s the leader of the opposition should concern everyone.
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C0RBYNAT0R Apr 15
Jeremy Corbyn calls for a War Powers Act to guarantee MPs a vote on any military action. "Parliament should have a say in this and the Prime Minister could have quite easily done that"
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Rachael Apr 15
This is what then Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said in the wake of the Chilcot Inquiry. What happened ?
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Mark Cockerton Apr 15
It’s quite unbelievable that Boris Johnson isn’t aware that USA used chemical weapons in Vietnam from 1961 to 1971. That isn’t 100 years ago
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Mike Gapes Apr 16
Watched Corbyn interview on again. Sorry to say my Party is led by a man who questions Russian responsibility for Salisbury, who rejects action to stop Assad use of chemical weapons, who opposes Humanitarian intervention and gives Russia a veto on UK action
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Keith Nichol Apr 15
Unfortunately, Patrick Stuart on is regurgitating the old, tired arguments that Clegg/Campbell/Adonis have been peddling for the past 18 months. It's getting rather boring now like.
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🌹#JC4PM Apr 14
Jeremy Corbyn: At the end of the day, the only solution in Syria is going to be a political one. Let's involve the UN in this. All wars end with a political solution. Let's get to that place as quickly as we can.
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Thomas H. Apr 15
The Tories cheered. They cheered.
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Briefcase Michael Apr 15
Whether or not you agree with Corbyn's views, he does have a better knowledge of foreign affairs than most UK politicians.
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Rachael Apr 15
The government message this weekend is we won't stand by why Assad kills civilians with chemical weapons, but we've got very little to say for the hundreds of thousands that he's killed using conventional weapons.
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Jeremy Apr 15
God help us another bloody actor Luvvie trying to reverse Brexit. Shut up and stick to acting
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deutschmikey #FBPE Apr 15
Sir Patrick Stewart speaking more sense and offering more effective opposition on than any party leader
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Lady LuLu 🇬🇧не сдаваться🇺🇸 Apr 15
Hollywood luvvy & remoaner Patrick Stewart on who does he this he is, he doesn’t even live in the UK, just keeps a base here!!!! Where do these meddling pests get off interfering in democracy?
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StrongerStabler Apr 14
Theresa May pushed to attack Syria quickly to avoid a potential vote in Parliament. The longer the delay the more difficult it would be for her to sanction the attack. This undermines her argument that there was an 'immediate' need to prevent 'extreme humanitarian distress'
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Major Tom Apr 15
Boris Johnson Every pause , er , erm, is his brain desperately trying not to let a lie out
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