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69% of follows on Twitter are suggested by friends.
Patients deemed to be “racist” or “homophobic” will be denied care in NHS Trust hospitals under new rules set to take effect in April. What could possibly go wrong? https://summit.news/2020/02/18/uk-hospitals-to-deny-care-to-racist-or-homophobic-patients/ …
Just create your own fully staffed hospital!
I'm old enough to remember when the Labour party was willing to speak about issues that mattered to working-class voters - law and order, immigration, full employment, national identity etc - rather than campaign for male child rapists to have access to women-only spaces.
Accounts run by men receive roughly double the retweets of those run by women. Even online, we are talked for and talked over. Even online, men’s voices carry twice as much worth. It matters. When you see women writing about things that interest you, retweet us. It’s that simple.
This suggests that a lot of what some women say is utterly uninteresting, which can’t possibly be the case, can it?
Is it time to grant amnesty to undocumented – or “illegal” - immigrants? I'll be making the case for doing so in a Spectator debate, with my colleague Kate Andrews. Opposed: David Goodhart & Alp Mehmet from Migration Watch. Feb25. Only a few tickets left: https://events.spectator.co.uk/events/2020-02-is-it-time-to-offer-amnesty-to-britains-illegal-immigrants …
Fraser Nelson, Conservative party supporter and editor of "right-wing" magazine 'The Spectator' is arguing for amnesty to be granted to the 1.2 million illegal immigrants in Britain.