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Dominic Minghella 16h
Wow. SAGE scientist Prof Andrew Hayward on Newsnight unequivocal: "I won't be getting my family together for Christmas." Young people and old people together a recipe for disaster/snatching defeat from jaws of victory/wait till Easter and have a proper get-together.
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BBC Newsnight 16h
"Effectively what this will be doing is throwing fuel on the Covid fire." Sage member Professor Andrew Hayward says household mixing at Christmas will "likely lead to a third wave" and is a "recipe for regret" |
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Raf 🛒 Nov 20
Priti Patel bullied someone to the point of attempted suicide and all of what her defendants come out to say is ‘shouting at others isn’t bullying’. Fucking pathetic.
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Bakehouse Cottage aka Helen #FBPE Nov 20
Andrew Bridgen joins the army of sycophantic tory MPs defending the indefensible behaviour of Priti Patel. For all her shortcomings, Theresa May at least had the courage to sack Patel for her previous breach of the Ministerial Code. Johnson is truly a coward.
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Otto English Nov 20
If Andrew Bridgen were stuck on a desert island, I'm fairly certain, that sooner or later, the island would try to escape
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Tom Drysdale Nov 19
Why is every single fucking a liar? defending & referring to her as 'kind', is possibly one of the most incredible descriptions of the current ! Clear that there's been a cover up & she will neither resign or be sacked!
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NonoBojo #FBPE #RejoinEU #FBR 🇪🇺 Nov 20
Cummings for his eyesight test Hancock mismanaging Covid Williamson’s exam fiasco Patel’s bullying Dido Harding’s shambolic test and trace Jenrick’s corruption A confident strong leader would not have tolerated their lies and incompetence but we’ve got Johnson instead
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BBC Newsnight Nov 20
"The PM seems to have gone against what would've happened in the past." Ex-Home Office Permanent Sec Sir David Normington says this is "a serious moment" and if the PM is "not willing" to uphold the ministerial code, "it is right for us to question the system"
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JohnMartin🔶#FBPE🎪 Nov 20
The more grovelling messages of support I see from ambitious Tory MPs. The more convinced I am that Priti Patel is a horrendous bully.
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indy swim Nov 16
Phillippa Whitford slapping Damian Green down 🤣
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BBC Newsnight Nov 20
“The issue now, in what is a very messy situation is that trust, integrity and efficacy of the system will have been eroded.” Ex- head Philip Rycroft says “absolutely” Priti Patel should “have resigned if she had been found in breach of the ministerial code”
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steven smith Nov 20
Express yourself robustly
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Jack Caramac Nov 23
the only 'twin challenge' that Johnson really gives a hoot about...
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Kate 3.5% 🔶 GreenLibDem🌿VoteEd🙌 Nov 20
Just awful. How was this person elected? 😩 were you watching ?
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Jack Caramac Nov 19
...might as well get in there early then
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UK is with EU 16h
..Throwing fuel on the covid fire ..Likely to lead to a third wave ..With hospitals overrun ..And more unnecessary deaths Prof Andrew Hayward talking about Boris Johnson relaxing social distancing rules for Christmas
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Jack Caramac Nov 23
Fair play to see Chet Baker really on the case re: the vaccine
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Andrew Jazzie 16h
That was harrowing. Truly awful to hear.
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Scott Birrell Nov 20
These new Conservative MPs aren’t quite top drawer, are they?
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Jack Caramac Nov 16
Brexit...if only we'd had some clue that this was going to a total clusterf*ck...
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