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Heidi Allen MP Jan 16
If ever we needed reminding how this country needs a decent opposition, listen now to The vote of no confidence today is as much in Jeremy Corbyn as it is our Prime Minister
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Angela Rayner Jan 16
Excellent question from to the PM, what her greatest failure is on education: education funding cut by £7billion? Per pupil funding falling by 8% in schools? Sixth form funding cut by a fifth? Or adult skills budget slashed by 45%?
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Jim Pickard Jan 16
Corbyn apologises for telling Commons that May defeat was biggest since 1924, pointing out that it was on fact the biggest defeat in history
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Thomas H. Jan 16
Tories on economy? Largest rent debt on record Largest pers. debt on record Rising homelessness Rising nat. debt Dead disabled people Millions living in poverty Work not paying basic bills
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Dave Ward Jan 16
Unbelievable. Just listen to this as Tories jeer when mentions the UN report on the extent of poverty in Britain at . They have absolutely no idea what is actually happening in this country.
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Femi Jan 16
Anyone else feeling sick hearing the same old party political arguments being played out in while the country hangs on the brink of a National-Disaster Brexit?
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The CWU Jan 16
After the whole world will stop for the huge moment in Parliament - a 10 minute bill on low level letter boxes - have campaigned relentlessly on this for many years and it’s only right the future of our PM comes second to this 😉
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Shahil Parmar Jan 15
One thing is certain from the news this morning: They are TERRIFIED of . Why? Because he’ll break the establishment’s grip on power, smash the status quo, & genuinely run a Government FOR THE PEOPLE.
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Jonathan Lis Jan 16
I will never stop finding it extraordinary that the PM can accuse Labour of planning to wreck the economy while literally preparing for a scenario which she admits could, in 2 months, destroy our industries, cost thousands of jobs and plunge us into a major recession
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Thomas H. Jan 16
People have had enough and are ready to take to the streets. There comes a breaking point. A point at which we won't take anymore. When this happens, it becomes civil war. People unaffected by the UK Govt policies are clueless as to how close we are to this.
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Vince Cable Jan 16
At I told Theresa May that she must be willing to rule out no-deal Brexit and have a constructive conversation about a People's Vote if she wants to talk across party
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Humza Yousaf Jan 16
After the biggest defeat of any Govt in history, we have and the first question is from some patsy Tory backbencher saying how amazing the PM is and awful the Opposition is. People deserve so much better than this mob who live in la la Land.
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Femi Jan 16
This is be best analysis of I have ever seen.
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David Webb Jan 16
The comments under the hashtag seem to divide neatly between starry eyed Corbynistas praising their 'leader' for doing fuck all for two years and witless gammons urging Theresa May to stick it to those perfidious Europeans. Something being put in the water?
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Roger Gall Jan 16
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Matt Thomas #VoteLabour Jan 16
Public care about Brexit, Policing, Education, Child Poverty, etc Corbyn asks Q's about Brexit, Policing, Education, Child Poverty. Westminster Bubble Pundits ask "why did Corbyn ask Q's about Policing, Education, Child Poverty?" Pundits will never understand the public
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Voyage Around My Dad, Harry Leslie Smith Jan 16
When rich Tory Cabinet members say a Corbyn government would be bad for Britain what they mean is it would be bad for their under taxed wealth.
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Beth Rigby Jan 16
Corbyn off Brexit defeat *the biggest defeat in parliamentary history* and onto schools and police. Bizarre. Why not make her squirm on her abject failure last night
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Rachael Swindon #GTTO Jan 16
Whenever Jeremy Corbyn mentions poverty the Tory backbencher start braying and mocking. They don’t listen, they don’t care, they mock. This is shameful behaviour.
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C0RBYNAT0R Jan 16
Jeremy Corbyn: "May I start by correcting the record. - Last night I suggested, this was the largest govt defeat since the 1920's. I've since been informed that it is in fact the largest EVER defeat for a govt in the history of our democracy!"
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