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Rachael Swindon Jun 20
She speaks for so many of us. Rarely will you see a moment this powerful on television.
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Laura Pidcock MP Jun 20
I think the panel might be a little bit of a lonely place tonight, don't you? 😂 Never mind, more than happy to fly the flag for a society based on need, not greed, people over profit and equality instead of privilege. Wish me luck & tune in at 10.35, BBC One.
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Owen Jones🌹 Jun 20
Poverty paying boss Tim Martin is on tonight. Here's when I challenged him about how much he paid his workers. He didn't even know. Full video >>
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Charlie Maines Jun 20
Most powerful 90 seconds I’ve seen on in many years. And she’s 100% correct.
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James Melville Jun 20
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Rachael Swindon Jun 20
The roasting of “deplorable” Boris Johnson, by the fantastic on
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David Lammy Jun 20
Powerful and absolutely right. The violent crime epidemic is a tragedy. A properly funded public health approach should be a national priority. We have got to address poverty and deprivation, fund youth services and schools, and tackle international organised crime.
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Jd Jun 20
The greatest audience contribution on Question Time we've seen in years. These women are the kind of leaders we need.
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I was a JSA claimant Jun 20
Tim Martin: I really don't think Boris is an out-and-out racist... Laura Pidcock: just a casual one then. 😂
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Corbyn for PM Jun 20
Outnumbered and alone on the right wing biased , our fantastic Laura Pidcock speaks out powerfully against Boris Johnson. Go Laura.
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Jeremy Corbyn Jun 20
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Sadiq Khan Jun 20
This audience member is absolutely right - govt cuts to youth services have had a devastating impact. Our £45m Young Londoners Fund supports thousands of young people - but City Hall can’t do it alone. The Govt need to step up.
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David Lammy Jun 20
on my patch tonight. The people of Tottenham see right through the charlatan doing all he can to get the keys to number 10. "I find it hard to believe why people are so hypnotised by Boris Johnson."
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Laura Pidcock MP Jun 21
These two women spoke so powerfully on last night. It was emotional listening to them - a reminder that the real experts, be it on knife crime or youth services, come from our communities & that’s where we should start in looking for solutions:
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Femi Jun 20
Tim Martin just said that we should just leave with No Deal and have zero tariffs. Let James Delingpole explain how that will go...
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BBC Question Time Jun 20
‘He is deplorable, he is fuelled by racism and he is fuelled by homophobia’ Labour’s on Boris Johnson.
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Liam Young Jun 20
Everybody should watch this clip and listen to this woman. An incredible London audience on this episode of so perfectly voicing the anger and frustration of a political class that has completely failed us. It’s time for a change:
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Laura Pidcock MP Jun 20
Is Boris unbeatable? I think, amongst the Tory membership he is...but I would also say that he is deplorable...He has none of the answers to the serious issues in our nation. So he will be beatable, but it will be at a . On tonight...
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Liberal Democrats Jun 20
"Boris Johnson is not the person to unify our country. He's made racist, homophobic, Islamophobic, anti-Scottish comments. You cannot heal our country by taking aim at lots of different people in this country." Britain deserves better than Boris Johnson. on
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David Lammy Jun 20
This is demonstrably untrue. No Deal is an economic catastrophe. It does no favours to the people of Tottenham in the audience or the rest of the British public at home to peddle this nonsense without challenge.
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