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“Dave” 29m
Replying to @_OliviaBlake @UKLabour
You’re striking from your role as a councillor (which saw you approve an anti-environment programme of work)? Or from trying to get elected as a MP (under Corbyn who wishes to reopen coal mines)? Care to clarify?
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Pro Football Insights Sep 17
Report: Jalen Ramsey in talks with Florida Panthers. Says “Hockey is easy.”
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Cornishview 8h
Just remember that Labour cut 26000 hospital beds and introduced privatisation as well as signing ludicrous deals that are crippling current budget with repayments. Clue less hypocrites.
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Pro Football Insights Sep 17
This guy is going to be good, according to sources.
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Joel Benjamin Sep 16
'Twelve years of finance' - how the 1990s inc David Willets and Ken Clarke borrowed 'fraud on the people' schemes from Benito Mussolini's fascist Italy (from 4"40) via
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Michael Hunt 7h
Replying to @JosieLong
Cut’s???? What are you views on the £££ commitments of for by ? Which is actually a form of privatisation?? Not to mention changing contracts so don’t need to do house calls, out of hours etc and made it virtually impossible to see a doctor when you are ill?
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Keep Our NHS Public Sep 11
The shocking facts about . Exactly as we always pointed out - the will pay £80 billion for £13 billion of infrastructure. Shame on the politicians who shovelled money into the pockets of the private sector.
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Mark Jones #CorbynOutrider #JC4PM 24h
Wrong. Under Labour, waiting lists were down, satisfaction was up. Labour gave real-terms increase in NHS funding. Their biggest fuck up was , for which I resigned my party membership. The NEEDS to save it from the vulture capitalists.
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HMF 7h
Replying to @BBCPolitics @UKLabour
Brussel Broadcasting Cartel.
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Hilary 9h
Replying to @JonAshworth
Didn’t labour start
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ProjectYellowHammer Sep 11
The £13bn of investment that brought into hospitals will end up costing the in England a staggering £80bn
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Dr Nicola Dempsey 2h
Prof John Henneberry presenting the political economy of including the acceptable nature of in - unacceptable in the past when was at play pre-1979 conference
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Quamar Danish Sep 18
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leslie renfrew 20h
landed us with retarded resource-sapping debt - wouldn't it be ironic if THAT kills the ?
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Hendon Gooner 17h
Not forgetting Tony Bliar & wonderful schemes to build new hospitals that now suck the funding out of the
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Brian Pennington 6h
The Amount of Data Exposed in Last Decade Increased Tenfold via
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P3rform Software 7h
Can public-private partnerships solve youth employment challenge?
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Stuart Hardinge 🇬🇧 9h
Staged and pre-scripted left-wing protest from Labour activist. It’s that burdened with massive debt and nearly bankrupt country with £100bn deficit
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HMF 19h
Labour's is killing the NHS just don't remind of this fact....
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Highland Marketing Sep 12
Ongoing cost of projects laid out by - £13 billion investment will cost £80 billion by its end. report:
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