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A Week in Review: 3rd- 9th January

Johnson is too flatfooted to be an effective Prime Minister. How much more are Brexit and Conservative voters willing to take? Yet again, Boris Johnson has shown he is not willing to take the required action early enough to stay on top of this pandemic. Mere hours after proclaiming in the face of overwhelming evidence… Continue reading A Week in Review: 3rd- 9th January

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This government is out of touch and totally incompetent.

Endless Carping?! I won’t say I was astonished by Jacob Rees-Mogg’s saying that people should stop complaining about the shortage of coronavirus tests and everyone should be praising the system instead as a ‘phenomenal success’. Apparently, everyone should heap praise on the government for having system in place at all, and ignore all the flaws… Continue reading This government is out of touch and totally incompetent.

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We need to stop with the whole betrayal nonsense.

A favourite theme for hard-line Brexiteers is to accuse those who voted to remain and who push for a second referendum to be held of being traitors to Great Britain and of some sort of betrayal. This is utter nonsense. It's not true and actually it's bloody offensive, nearly as offensive as being labelled a… Continue reading We need to stop with the whole betrayal nonsense.

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How to be ‘real’ on Instagram? Apparently the Conservatives need help with that.

This is genuinely the best political story I've read in the past few days. The Conservatives need help making their MPs look 'real' on Instagram. Yep. They had a powerpoint presentation and everything. Now, I get why they might want to improve their social media strategy and making MPs more comfortable with another way of… Continue reading How to be ‘real’ on Instagram? Apparently the Conservatives need help with that.