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Ewen Macgregor 5h
I really don’t want to heap more gloom on your but if there is one photo that says “holy sh!t, we really are up to our neck in it” this is probably it backing
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Tim McCann #FBPE #FSFA May 25
*BREAKING* Chris Grayling has just announced he intends to run for the leadership. sources say they were surprised to receive his nomination papers and suspect he may find it a challenge to get the required support of 10% of the parliamentary party.
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Glyn Arthur May 21
Is it possible the government sends Andrea Jenkyns to be interviewed on TV to make Chris Grayling look competent by comparison ?
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John Stanners 34m
Replying to @nickeardleybbc
Oh dear. Another disaster looming for . Will the same companies benefit again this time? Will it go to tender?
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Brian Johnson May 16
Chris Grayling has cost UK taxpayers: Probation £500m Ferries £83m Gatwick  £50m-£70m East Coast Rail  £2bn GPS tracking tags £23m Tagging overspend £60m Book ban £72k Saudi Jail contract £6m Carillon contract £200m Lost Benefits £1.9m
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Steve Wunwunderful🔴⚪⚫ Jun 22
Replying to @AcrossTheKeeper
Now transpose that to Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Chris Grayling and Michael Gove. Not a single one of them comes across as vaguely competent, let alone being the ideal person to run a country.
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Sarah Champion May 15
In 2014 I screamed, pleaded, negotiated to try & stop Tories privatising Probation, then recognised as a world class service. Now it’s to be renationalised after 5 years of failure & expense ⁦
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Dawn Smith May 16
Chris Grayling's 17 most astonishing failures as Tory private probation is axed A summary of You really couldn’t make this up!!! 😡😡
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PiggyFacedMcSlutFace 4h
Replying to @helenyg
Not bothered! loses more than that pulling a hanky out if his pocket!
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Fran Johnson Jun 15
Replying to @transportgovuk
Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for , you have a lot to answer for. Your 2016 reforms stripped Network Rail of their controls and increased the role of private companies, part of your plans to fully privatise the network. (23/25)
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The Agitator Jun 8
BREAKING: Nobody surprised as Chris Grayling reveals "10 bottle a day" Night Nurse habit
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Marie Stewart 18h
Ian Duncan Smith has been brought in to boost 's campaign. Ha ha ha! Will he get to help him next?
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Rupa Huq MP May 3
Heathrow is Europe's biggest C02 emitter, causing illegal air pollution nearby. If the government is serious about this week's declaration of a climate emergency it shouldnt go ahead with the expansion of the aiport. Alas resorted to party political jibes back
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Keith Grant Jones 3h
continues to be an absolute disaster.
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Corbyn for PM May 20
Analysis shows that, in delays described as "staggering", passengers lost around four million hours to significantly delayed trains in 2018. Labour will bring our railways back into public ownership.
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Cooking In A Kettle 17h
Talking to a friend who's been on licence for attempt murder for 3 years. Had virtually zero contact with probation, despite him trying to find out what's going on. He's working full time. It's just plain crazy.
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nazir afzal May 24
With Theresa May resigning, Chris has now seen off 35 Ministers & the Prime Minister What does he have to do to lose his job?
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Phil Moor 22h
Funny how even Boris doesn’t want his biggest fan batting for him in interviews.
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Tom Brake MP 🔶 May 13
is now being sued by Arriva over the East Midlands rail franchise mess. Grayling has 1 useful quality, to make every minister in this disastrous Govt. look competent compared to him! His resignation is the biggest transport delay yet!
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Tom McGoldrick 5h
With behind him surely the wheels will drop off
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