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Tom Scott May 20
Why does the UK's contact-tracing app need to be "world-beating"? Effective, respecting of data privacy and available soon would be fine. Boris Johnson's obsession with British exceptionalism is what's given us the world's 2nd highest death toll.
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Janet T Beckett #JoinaBloodyUnion May 19
If Labour councils are being "political" by NOT opening schools. Then why are Tory councils NOT also "political" for opening schools ? So "political" only applies to anyone disagreeing with the Govt ? Really ?
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Kathy Taylor May 19
Stop holding up Denmark as a model for opening schools. Denmark has had 550 deaths in total. France is more comparable and they’ve already had to close 70 schools within the first week of opening
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end of daves ❄️ 🥕 🧻 May 18
lol Bob Seely MP on trying to persuade everyone of Matt Hancocks centralised app but instead letting the cat completely out of the bag as well as the window: “we can do so much more with the data, we can really interrogate the data” 🤦‍♂️
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end of daves ❄️ 🥕 🧻 May 19
Chris Patten on doing an epic tirade against China because “they only invest in things they think they might make money from” Okaay but isn’t this exactly how capitalism under the Tories er works 🧐
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Daniela Nadj May 20
There are elderly residents in a care home in Oxfordshire who haven't had a shower in weeks. They've had several deaths. On the other side of town they pay £1,500 a week, get lovely wine and haven't had a single Covid-related death. The discrepancies are vast. So sad.
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Northern Left Voices May 19
People in weren't let down. They weren't abandoned. They weren't ignored. And they weren't overlooked. They were murdered.
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Jack Caramac May 18
Blair warned Corbyn (and Swinson) not to fall for the 'elephant trap' of a GE. Now here we are at 60,000 dead, a second peak on its way & a Brexit cliff looming. We should at least listen
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Jonathan Lis May 20
Surprise! announces that, once again, the government has refused to send anyone to answer questions on the BBC’s flagship politics programme. Ask yourself if they’d be so shy if any of this was going well
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Tom Scott May 19
Why have GPs been sidelined in favour of a company like Serco with virtually no healthcare experience & an appalling track record of fraud and mismanagement of public-sector contracts? And accountancy firm Deloitte (a generous donor to the Conservative Party)?
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Helen the Zen 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 May 20
It’s not complicated. The numbers are not complicated. Johnson didn’t fail to understand, he has advisors to explain numbers to him. He lied, so say he lied.
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Daniela Nadj May 20
How nice it is to hear the German Health Secretary say "We want to go back to free movement of persons." What a contrast to UK politicians, who are going back to the Middle Ages!
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Bruce Gorrie May 19
what is going on? You're questioning the unions' influence on teachers and questioning Labour Councils on playing party politics by opposing kids going back to school. Given how the government has handled this if I had kids no way I'd be sending them back
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Duke of Baringo May 19
Listen carefully if you hear Sabina chege quoting the constitution call me
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senator  kiprotich Arap cherargei May 19
The purported removal of Prof. Kindiki is NOT based on competency, ability, capacity or intellect BUT based on political persecution, conmanship & witchhunt.its defeatist ,illegal, immoral, ungodly SAD
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gud May 19
The Tory Government had a policy of herd immunity without a vaccine (and probably secretly still do) despite the scientific evidence suggesting that herd immunity without a vaccine against a coronavirus is highly unlikely. Criminal negligence.
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Aaron Bastani May 18
The ‘adults are back’ people need to pick up their guy. Fettes, the private school Tony Blair attended, presently has no plans to re-open.
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Tom Scott May 18
making it clear that the government does not have anything like a functioning contact tracing programme. Just an a dodgy app, some inflated stats and a lot of unreliable promises. This is no way to be getting us out of lockdown.
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Neil Ross May 20
Lockdown is going to make Tory mps really regret not sorting out rural broadband in the last ten years
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Githaiga Stanley May 19
Sabina Chege is one of the reasons that that makes Women Rep Positions useless and vestigial. Petty sycophancy and Complete lack of brains and reason.
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