Luke McGee

Luke McGee


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I have deleted a Steve Bray tweet. Yes he’s annoying; yes he should be allowed to protest; yes I support free speech.

Trump lunged at Secret Service and steering wheel when told he couldn’t go to Capitol, aide says she was told

Trump shattered his lunch plate after learning Barr said election wasn't fraudulent, aide says she was told

“Alexa, find me the worst day out imaginable” 'We've got more Prime Ministers than you': Harrow defeat Eton in last Lord's showdown

“Three-quarters of people want to see a UK-EU negotiated settlement to the outstanding issues around the protocol with 57% believing the government is unjustified in taking unilateral action to scrap parts of it”

I quite like that Malta is trending in Malta

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This is an alarming trend for a government that counts getting Brexit done among its greatest achievements

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Searches for abortion medications have soared

If you build it they will come… This might be the worst place on the internet

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Allies of Boris Johnson are increasingly worried that his personal skillset is not suited to handling the competing crises of Brexit and pandemic

In light of more ghastly Westminster sleaze stories, I know this is all terribly cliche, but: Westminster is almost uniquely designed to be a training ground for wronguns. Forgetting those at the top, it is a place that gives the mediocre power they don't deserve but can abuse

Non-political comment: It's a shame that no one watches what goes on in parliament, because Ed Miliband – yes, that Ed Miliband – is mopping the floor with the PM.

Here's what a CNN team on the scene of a mass grave in the Ukrainian town of Bucha saw 

2020, you’ve done it again

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Strangest definition of humble I’ve seen in a while

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I understand the handing out of baubles to people who've been useful but I cannot see what possible experience or expertise Ian Botham brings to the British legislative body

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