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Gülnur Aybet Dec 15
Hayırlı olsun Boris😊 Congratulations to for winning a clear majority victory in . Now can get done. Removal of uncertainties has to be good for all concerned. Time for a more reinvigorated Turkey-UK relationship in all areas. 🇹🇷 🇬🇧
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Daisy Cousens Dec 14
Yeah, calling your Prime Minister a c**t and wishing him a “horrible death” while simultaneously expressing your desire to one day work for the NHS and be a doctor is probably not the best career move, petal 🙄
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Alexandra Marshall Dec 14
I could listen to theatrically tearing down the all day. He should start a touring Broadway show.
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#RejoinEU Jan 25
88% of Tory ads contained lies. They lied re Brexit, 50k nurses, 40 hospitals. They faked a video and fact check site They faked news about a 4-year old & Labour spending They paid for bots to spread fake news. They suppressed the Russia report. CONCLUSION Lies work
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Tim Jones 🌏 Dec 14
Corbyn deserved to win. Anyone bagging him is selling the horseshit of sophistry & faux-knowingness. ‘Winning’ means more than attaining govt, you have to improve the citizens of the nation. Both countries have proved themselves unworthy of an adult future.
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Timjbo 🇦🇺💧⛈️💧⛈️💧 Dec 14
Brendan O'Neill: The revenge of democracy So now we know. Now we know what happens when you declare war on democracy. Now we know the consequences of demeaning the largest democratic vote in a nation’s history.
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Troy Bramston Dec 18
Must read Tony Blair: Jeremy Corbyn led a far-left “protest movement” with “cult trimmings” promising “quasi-revolutionary socialism” that “never” appeals to traditional Labour voters and was "utterly incapable" of being a "credible government"
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BANNED.video Dec 16
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AJR Election Maps Dec 15
Well, we decided the last could wait a bit, so instead we're going to be starting from 1918 and working our way forwards. See them as they go up on our DA page:
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KingXicor Dec 14
This is why the polling stations across the UK have been giving out pencils.. rumours were true after all, the election was rigged. Please share and get the message out there - NO ONE HAS THE FREEDOM TO VOTE!
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• Hᴇɪɴᴢ Cᴏɴʀᴀᴅꜱ • Dec 14
Pruuuuuuuuuuuust ... 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣👍
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Sjors Scheres Dec 14
Am gutted by result. But for those in EU considering a science career here: know that this country remains incredibly science-minded & innovative. Also, more people voted anti-Brexit than Brexit parties, and UK cities are generally very open and cosmopolitan.
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Harsimrat Kaur Badal Dec 14
Heartiest congratulations to the 15 Indian origin MPs elected to the House of Commons. Five of them are from Punjab and this bodes well for our bilateral relations. Looking forward to working together for the mutual benefit of our citizens.
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Saman Aghvami Dec 15
>: "When will we learn that reading the Guardian doesn't win us elections?"
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Ghanem Nuseibeh Dec 16
A (mainstream) French academic told me today the UK is so lucky to leave the EU, days after a (mainstream) German politician told me the same. I really think the UK election has started a pan European sentiment against the EU. The EU is finished as we know it.
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Oh Dear ! Dec 14
So I asked some academic friends in the uk..WTF happened and the answer was "Levido"
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Tomthunkit™ Jan 17
This UK political ad skewers conservatives for always blaming immigrants — and Democrats should be taking notes
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Kate🦋M© Dec 14
UK election results in maps & charts. This graphically highlights what a monumental win this was & how Boris Johnson’s landslide victory changed the political landscape, driving a wrecking ball through Labour’s former heartland.
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Colleen Dockerty Dec 19
Following the , we need to find solidarity not more division says
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Jakob-Moritz Eberl Dec 18
Last week, sparked extensive discussions about voting rules. All sore losers? , , & John Högström find a.o. that disproportionality decreases support for the voting rules for *both* large & small parties voters 👀
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