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Femi Jun 23
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Pete Wishart Jun 23
The people who phoned the police after the Boris ‘incident’ are receiving more scrutiny than Boris Johnson himself. This is where the UK is going.
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Jun 22
Whoever would have thought that Steve Bannon, Trump’s former strategist, would be right behind Boris Johnson...
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dave M ❄️ 🥕 Jun 23
Caroline Flint has gone the full Kate Hoey saying she’ll back No Deal if she has to. So depressing
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Femi Jun 23
Caroline Flint being utterly dishonest on . She just said that labour's 2017 success was because they promised to deliver Brexit. DO BETTER MATHS !!!
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Judy Hamilton Jun 23
There's always a tweet...
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Sue Barnish 🌹#GTTO Jun 23
has David Milliband on...being described as the "Prince over the water" for many Labour supporters. Really? Who?... come on own up 😏
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Arn J Stiles Jun 23
David Miliband back and leader of the Labour Party? Yes please.
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J.-P. "Jeremiad" Janson De Couët Jun 23
TOP TIP: Next time you hear a woman being attacked, don't call the police in case the attacker is a powerful Tory with loads of media chums.
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Craig Hall Jun 23
There should be legislation to trigger a General Election whenever a new unelected Prime Minister is put in. An unelected Prime Minister in a Democracy is an oxymoron
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Kate Proctor Jun 23
What an absolutely great line up for the newspaper review on this morning. Great diversity of opinion plus rare regional press slot. Go for !
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Cllr Luisa Porritt MEP 🇪🇺🔶️ Jun 23
Labour's Caroline Flint says she will vote for a no deal Brexit over remaining in the EU. This is grossly irresponsible. Her desire to maintain Labour 'Leave' seats in the north, yet see elected Labour MEPs such as lose their seats, is also deeply contradictory.
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Loz Argyle Jun 23
Boris Johnson is using Steve Bannon and Lynton Crosby, both extremists of the right, he gets paid £270,000 a year to write a column in the Barclays Brothers owned they want a do you really think Johnson has our interests at heart?
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Rachael Swindon Jun 23
Liam Fox is on this morning for the Tories. Not many people know he over claimed £22,476 expenses for mortgage interest payments. Easily done, of course. Then there was £19,000 worth of mobile phone bills and 3p for a 100 metre car trip, all paid for by you.
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Jun 23
Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s former strategist, talks about how he helped Boris Johnson write his speech & discusses their contact. The country has been had. Watch & share.
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Apollon101 Jun 23
Our new PM will be chosen by <0.3% of the electorate, to lead a party with no majority, to implement a that most people now don't want & all because the will of the people 3 years ago is apparently more important than the will of the people 3 years later...
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Chuka Umunna's Flip Flops Jun 23
Stand by for centrist blue-tickers fawning over David Miliband, while completely ignoring the fact he voted for the Iraq War, was complicit in extraordinary rendition, and then buggered off to earn millions working for a "charity" to help refugees fleeing from, er, war.
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Hicham Yezza Jun 23
David Miliband — who helped launch an illegal war and is now earning half a million dollars a year giving lectures about the refugees he helped create — tells “we live in what I call ‘the age of impunity’”. OK. 👍🏽
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Andrew Fisher Jun 23
. is right. Neighbours should call the police if they suspect domestic abuse taking place. It's irresponsible of some Tory MPs to suggest people should ignore it as a private matter. Two women are killed each week by a current or former partner in England & Wales
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BBC Politics Jun 23
Labour’s Caroline Flint tells that the number of Labour MPs prepared to back the government’s deal “will go up” in the future
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