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Lizzie Dearden
Home affairs and security correspondent at the . Retweeting ≠ agreeing.
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Lizzie Dearden retweeted
Committee to Protect Journalists 14h
"If you boil the White House statement down to its essence, President Trump has just asserted that if you do enough business with the U.S., you are free to murder journalists. That's an appalling message to send to Saudi Arabia and the world."
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Lizzie Dearden 11h
Replying to @PaulSpinks16
It's a term used by the online alt and far-right to describe the uninitiated. A bit like 'basic' for right-wing internet culture
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Neil Henderson 12h
INDEPENDENT DIGITAL: Terror victims failed by NHS mental health crisis
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Lizzie Dearden 11h
Replying to @lizziedearden
Real-world far-right extremists like Tommy Robinson also have huge social media followings and although takedowns on mainstream networks limit their reach to normies, it runs the risk of driving supporters to unregulated spaces where radicalisation can accelerate
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Lizzie Dearden 11h
As , and told the Home Affairs Committee, Russian-linked social media accounts have already being amplifying far-right messages and Islamophobic content in the UK - although they are playing all sides
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Lizzie Dearden 12h
Far-right extremists and hostile states 'will use Brexit to sow hate and chaos in Britain', MPs were warned today Experts said 29 March and the following period will be a prime opportunity to spread disinformation and division
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Lizzie Dearden 13h
Replying to @lizziedearden
He's baffling enough to watch as an outsider but the mental gymnastics required to actually support him must be exhausting
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Lizzie Dearden 13h
Will be interesting to see how anti-Islam factions of the alt-right will tackle Donald Trump's pandering to Saudi Arabia They loved the Muslim ban but can his dedication to a state governed by acual Wahabbism be brushed off?
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Richard Hall 18h
Now out from behind the paywall: A story about the largest mass grave in Raqqa, and what it tells us about what happened there.
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Lizzie Dearden 21h
A police officer who threw a homeless man out of a station and then watched a DVD as he died outside of hypothermia has been dismissed Pericles Malagardis had gone to Uxbridge Police Station to collect his dog
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 20
Back from holiday - here's a piece that was published while I was away It's about warnings of a 'lost generation' of children as drug gangs drive up knife crime and austerity strips away the means to escape it
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Lizzie Dearden retweeted
Association of PCCs Nov 19
“If we’re not careful, we’re building up a generation of young people who are going to be lost to the system,” says APCC Chair, Mr Burns-Williamson in article: 'A lost generation' Read more here:
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 16
Off on holiday for a few days, will be ignoring all things news - and that includes you Twitter Back on Tuesday
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May Bulman Nov 16
As everyone is consumed by Brexit, the UN has just condemned the UK government's 'mean-spirited and callous approach' to the poorest in society. This is truly damning.
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 16
'Untold damage' caused by failure to properly disclose evidence in court cases, review finds
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 15
A yard of jaffa cakes has arrived in our office and everyone on the newsdesk is eating their feelings.
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 15
This turned out to be surprisingly accurate.
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 15
Replying to @lizziedearden
Police are continuing contingency planning for a no-deal on security, which would see them fall back on a slow and inferior mish-mash of bilateral arrangements, old treaties and Interpol They are also bracing for potential protests, disorder and border disruption
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 15
Replying to @lizziedearden
The draft agreement - which looks unlikely to succeed with opposition from both Remainer and Brexiteer MPs - states that EU systems will be cut off after end of transition period Continued access to vital systems depends on the negotiation of a separate security treaty
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Lizzie Dearden Nov 15
Police have accused the government of leaving them with “no idea” of how they will protect the British public after Brexit, amid “disarray” following unveiling of the draft withdrawal agreement They also fear impact of a reshuffle moving Sajid Javid
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