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James M. Turner QC Jan 2
THREAD. By popular demand (you know who you are and ) some thoughts on - unsullied by any investigation into the facts (and so probably at least as well informed as )
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Dave Ward Jan 7
Today we reached peak Things we now know he can’t organise; 1. Reliable, affordable and on time trains 2. Buying boats from anyone that’s ever had a boat 3. A fake traffic jam Not sacking him highlights just how pathetic and weak this government is
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Gill HampdenThompson 37m
Replying to @laurencepearl @hw1o9
is a close contender.
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Momentum Jan 11
He really is the unflushable turd 💩
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Seb Berry #FBPE #NHSLove Jan 2
Chris Grayling makes "no apology" for supporting a UK startup company. Has there ever been another example of an unproven startup getting a multi million pound Gvt contract? Ever?
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Laura Smith MP Jan 2
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Alexei Romanov Jan 20
was their foolproof system devised by the MasterMind behind all infrastructure chaos or did they just think it up themselves?
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Iain Ruxton 19h
One way to make any deal (concerning anything) more palatable to the electorate would be to include an amendment to the Statute book which bars Chris Grayling from ever being in charge of anything more complex than tying his own shoelaces.
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Association of British Commuters Jan 1
Never forget, rail fare rises are this government's ideological choice. After the May timetable collapse a 3.1% rise proves has no shame. Join us at King's Cross station tomorrow 7.30-9.00 to make this point loudly!
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Ronin Shaw Jan 14
Monday morning n here we go again. Cancellations n delays on SWR every morning n evening. this is happening ever since MTR took over. They cannot manage this busy line n have no sway over . Complete mess created by publish?
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Liz Clements Dec 31
Q: What's the difference between a real ferry company and a pretend ferry company? A: The latter enables to avoid the embarrassment of government contracts going to competent French and Dutch shipping companies.
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Stricko 12h
Replying to @mattwarman @LincsCC
Ahh, that’s the guy who gave a ferry contract to a ferry company with no boats 🙄. I shouldn’t take him too seriously
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Greg Wright Jan 4
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Red Real Politik 🇪🇺 Jan 15
Oh lord talking 💩 as usual on
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#Ode2Joy Takeaway Ferries Jan 7
Not so big. Only 55% of the 150 lorries, which is in any case only 0.0125% of the n° that pass through Dover every day, turned up. can't even organise a fake traffic jam! So much for . Not content to be corrupt & grossly negligent, govt now insane too.
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Dave Ward Jan 2
Old ‘Billy No Boats’ Chris Grayling blaming unions defending their members for price rises Nothing to do with your city mates trousering millions of pounds then? Our railways are a national asset and like Royal Mail need to be brought back into public hands
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Graeme Bandeira Jan 4
THAT SINKING FEELING: Failing Grayling's latest howler
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#DDD Jan 3
So they don’t even bother sending a Chinese menu to in place of an insurance certificate anymore What London needs is for to appoint a regulator for the minicab industry
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stoptherailstrikes Jan 17
Time Chris Grayling also answered why he hasn't legislated yet to ?
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Nicholas Diable Jan 4
He must know that it's very normal for a registered address to be at a lawyer or accountants office? I'm all for criticism of govt plans but the criticism around has mostly been ill informed to a level that makes seem competent.
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