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Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry have more Twitter followers than the entire populations of Germany, Turkey, South Africa, Canada, Argentina and Egypt.
But the government gets away with it in the media, on the airwaves, in the tabloids that scream daily about how intransigent the EU is. The standard of debate in the UK is *appalling*. There is a conspicuous lack of scrutiny and as such the public is kept in the dark. 11/
I know we all have candidates we are partial to or passionate about. But if we continue to attack each other, the only candidate we help is Trump. We all must keep our eyes on the prize: The removal of a Lying Criminal and the Preservation of our Democracy.
A lesson we just learned the hard way here,Rob
Breaking, at pre-trial hearing for Julian Assange a court has heard that he will be calling a witness who will allege he was offered a pardon by the US government, if he would say Russia was not involved in the leak of DNC documents during the 2006 election.
2016? But big scoop
Ridiculous. @BorisJohnson loves modern Britain and celebrates its diversity. No need to insult someone just because you don’t like their politics. https://twitter.com/bbcnews/status/1229892251356147715 …
Yeah, by calling Muslim women bank robbers and letter boxes.
If there were a points-based skills tally for being home secretary, I'm fairly sure Priti Patel would not have got the job. Though she would have got the full 10 points for viciousness
What Priti Patel is saying is essentially the message from all the Brexiters: 'This country has given me and my family a lot of opportunities, but we now are determined to deny them to others.'
And all contributing far more to our country than the cynical Tory Ministers denigrating grafters and devaluing migrant workers https://twitter.com/jamesmiley1/status/1230050069380059136 …
The skills of the prime minister and those he surrounds himself with have so far managed to elude me.
Working on a farm is a skill,care work is a skill,working in the restaurant trade is a skill. every person employed has a skill. They are contributing a vital role in society and we need to value everyone.
And all contributing far more to our country than the cynical Tory Ministers denigrating grafters and devaluing migrant workers
My name is Tanja and I came to the UK 11 years ago, PhD in hand. I’ve taught 100s of British students and have volunteered 100s of hours in our communities to support elderly and disabled British people. Under the planned #immigration system, I would not have been able to come.
The Tory Government's immigration proposals are based on xenophobia, not the social & economic needs of our country. Lib Dems will oppose these destructive policies & continue our fight for a fair, effective immigration system that works for our economy.
.@NickFerrariLBC says his family history means he prob wouldn't be here under this points-based system. He puts it to @patel4witham that her parents were low-skill immigrants too. "You wouldn't actually be here Home Secretary." She replies: "Yeah, but also let's not forget Nick.
David Frost: We are confident in the strategy we have chosen. Modern, advanced economies are hugely complex systems capable of finding solutions we did not expect. Read the full lecture: https://no10media.blog.gov.uk/2020/02/17/david-frost-lecture-reflections-on-the-revolutions-in-europe/ …
Summary: ‘We don’t know what we’re doing, but something will come up, it’s all so complicated that something will sort itself out, we’ll just crash about in the china shop & the bits will put themselves together somehow some day.’