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Martin Daubney May 15
This is the greatest PR for the we could wish for. We allowed them their so-called No problem. Democracy should be free. Now they smell defeat, they're denying our right to campaign. They shall not prevail
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Mick the Moggster Mar 25
“Based on the visuals from the helicopter image, it’s between 312,000 and 400,000 people,” explains Manchester Metropolitan University’s Keith Still, a world leader in crowd science who has developed mandatory event-monitoring training for police.
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Nature News & Comment Mar 24
“For scientists, any form of Brexit is bad.”
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Richard Harrington SDP May 15
Here we see democracy at its best. a for a was held. Yet, knowing they are about to lose yet another vote, they try to stop a party having their rally. We are leaving the . The is on the up. Blocking roads will not stop the momentum
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Andrew Tait🇪🇺🇬🇧 May 15
Which one is a ‘so-called ?
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#BeyondZeroCorruption Apr 20
Mark your calendars, 30th April 2019 PEOPLE'S MARCH: LET'S HAVE A SIT DOWN. Tukutane Freedom Corner Uhuru Park tujadiliane. Wear red. Come with a bottle of water. And carry peace. We shall need a lot of it.
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🇪🇺 Yorkshire For Europe 🇪🇺 Mar 29
What do you want? The Britain of the or their Britain?
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DJ BREXIT Mar 25
ONLY GONE AND DUN A REMIX OF THE REMOANERS 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Annie Gray Mar 24
Gets up, sun is shining, woop! *looks at twitter, sees clearly delusional PM, and that twat Corbyn dancing on a pier, considers going back to bed* *sees and for the first time in yonks feels a mild stirring of not-despair*. Also, I have cake.
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Flow Free Mar 24
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Salisbury for Europe Mar 29
Oh for god's sake I don't remember all this coverage of last weekend
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Ciara Kelly Mar 24
The People voting regularly and changing their minds occasionally is the essence of democracy ... a single vote that remains set in stone irrespective of changing views, circumstances or information is the opposite of democracy it is a con job
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Jo Midgley Mar 23
Some of my favourites from today!!! anyone else???
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Nat Sommers 🔶🇪🇺 🇬🇧 Mar 24
3 generations marching yesterday! My dad, me and my daughter and niece (my mum was taking the photo 😁)
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Drewvis Mar 29
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Susan✨ Mar 23
It’s my son’s 16th birthday today. He’s so worried about he felt compelled to email to try & persuade him to support a . This makes me proud & sad in equal amounts...
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Colin Clark Mar 24
I greatly appreciate & admire all those marching in London yesterday. We can’t discuss Brexit without relating it to wider issues of austerity, the two are fundamentally connected. The consequences of ‘no deal’ for local communities will be felt for decades to come.
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Manchester for Europe 🇪🇺 Mar 24
Take a look at our highlights reel from the yesterday. Were you there? 👇👇👇
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Niamh Walsh Mar 24
A million people. What a glorious day
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Jarvis Dupont Mar 24
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