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Stephen Bush
Political editor at Fortnightly columnist in stephen.bush[at]
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Ian Dunt 5h
Almost brought tears to my eyes seeing the kids protest in Parliament Square early. Such an obvious, unalloyed good to have young people invested in politics and demand change.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @post_liberal
I can offer a near-mint copy for a low, low price of £150.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @G_B_B_S
My sympathies.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @DavidJamesHutt
Yes, that's the one! Yeah, it's a great book - I bought mine in 2014 for reasons that I now can't fully remember.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @ukplc1
Sad. It's a good book, too.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Yep.
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @MechaNonPlacet
A free bit of broken glass in the ear with every call...
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Stephen Bush 2h
Replying to @DaveOneSixNine
My knives were a gift so I am unsure as to their cost but good point...
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Stephen Bush 3h
Indeed. Also just do it as a print on demand title, not hard or expensive.
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Stephen Bush 3h
I find it bizarre that Birth, Death of the SDP is quite literally now the most valuable thing I own (selling for more than £100 on AbeBooks) yet no-one at OUP, which still holds the rights, has thought about reprinting it.
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Stephen Bush 3h
Fair point.
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Stephen Bush 4h
. writes for the NS on the importance of the backstop and why it hast to stay:
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Stephen Bush 4h
IDK, I feel like "Wow, the police are shady!" Twitter morphs back pretty seamlessly into "Wow, Lush, too far" Twitter. Look at all of the Tory MPs who were rightly horrified about what happened to Andrew Mitchell. They don't seem to have applied that to, well, anything really.
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Krishnan Guru-Murthy 5h
Could soon be the biggest story in the world : India promising diplomatic, economic and security action against militant group and its "backers" (which India regards as Pakistan govt) for the suicide attack killing of 44 soldiers yesterday in Kashmir.
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Stephen Bush 5h
Replying to @wallaceme
Nicola Blackwood. Her output is very wholesome.
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Stephen Bush 6h
Southend-on-Sea!? Burn the New York Times to the ground.
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Marios Richards 7h
It's been 3 years - what's the best Two/Three Word rhetorical metaphor for Brexit negotiations (something to toss back when people trot out) Buying A Car? This, by - "Giving Notice To Landlord" - feels as good as I've seen:
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Stephen Bush 8h
Alright Rees-Mogg.
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Stephen Bush 8h
Doesn't a teacake have fruit in it?
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Stephen Bush 8h
i in the i: Why is it so hard to predict what Mps will do with Brexit? Because they themselves don't know.
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