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TallVenti

@tallventi

Ha! Made you look.

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calendar_today27-05-2016 20:20:33

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euan mccolm(@euanmccolm) 's Twitter Profile Photo

people who pay to join political parties are usually clueless about politics. they're fans, not experts, and it's madness to let them pick a Prime Minister. my Scotland on Sunday column: scotsman.com/news/politics/…

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TallVenti(@tallventi) 's Twitter Profile Photo

It’s quite amazing labour are massively benefiting from the Tory disaster and Dems and Greens are seeing little up tick.

This is how entrenched we are in the two party system.

We need PR.

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Femi(@Femi_Sorry) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Have I got this right?

It was the law-breaking over PartyGate that first destabilised the government, and now the two options that the Tories have put forward to save it, are the two MPs who were found guilty of breaking the law?

Have I got this right? It was the law-breaking over PartyGate that first destabilised the government, and now the two options that the Tories have put forward to save it, are the two MPs who were found guilty of breaking the law?
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Hayloft Publishing (Dawn Robertson) πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦πŸ’™(@BooksHayloft) 's Twitter Profile Photo

A friend who retired from a top level civil service job: 'I've never in my life seen such awful, incompetent and immoral governance before. And I started in public service of one sort or another in 1958.'

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Adil Ray OBE(@adilray) 's Twitter Profile Photo

What would Britain and British media say about a foreign country that was going to elect a PM who had told significant lies in office? And is still part of parliamentary standards committee enquiry for misleading the house and the country?

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Natalie Bennett(@natalieben) 's Twitter Profile Photo

- a few profit and rest of us pay.

And state has to step in to provide essential services. Why not just skip the turmoil?
thetimes.co.uk/article/how-ta…

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The Guardian(@guardian) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Labour membership soars as party prepares to take on failing Tories in a general election theguardian.com/politics/2022/…

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TallVenti(@tallventi) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Even the telegraph, the organ that processes Tory bile into readable form, has seen the writing on the wall.
telegraph.co.uk/politics/2022/…

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Suzy Quiquero(@suzyquiquero) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Labour membership soars as party prepares to take on failing Tories in a general election theguardian.com/politics/2022/…

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Kaja Kallas(@kajakallas) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Today's focus at is .

It's time we move ahead with making the aggressor pay. There's over 300 billion euros of Russia's frozen assets - let's use it to help Ukraine.

We must also hold Russia accountable. Ukraine has asked for it. EU should take the lead.

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Best for Britain(@BestForBritain) 's Twitter Profile Photo

🚨WE NEED A GENERAL ELECTION NOW

People like Sandra can't wait a moment longer. Join Best for Britain in calling for a general election. WRITE TO YOUR MPπŸ‘‰hey-mp.uk/?c=cw-ge

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Stella Parton(@StellaParton) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Who really thinks Trump will testify before the Jan.6 committee? As long as he can keep us talking about him he’s happy as a pig in slop. He has a criminal mind and no regard for anyone but himself. His three older children may end up charged with crimes all because of him.

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Edwin Hayward πŸ¦„ πŸ—‘(@edwinhayward) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Without Johnson, we arguably wouldn't have Brexit. His support for Leave tipped the balance.

Johnson made Brexit. Then Brexit made Johnson.

Now, Brexit seems to be completing the job of tearing the Tory party apart. And it will ruin him along with them.

Reality always wins.

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