'Charm personified.' The Observer. 'Former suit salesman.' Daily Mail. Retweets are not endorsements.
@TracyAnnO You can find things he has done repellent - and I obviously do - while also objectively analysing the electoral potential of a policy & offering my subjective view. I enjoyed hearing your position but not so much that I lost all interest in others.
@SkintLondon @TracyAnnOAt first glance, the answer is obviously Labour but the question is, per Tracey, already loaded. Because by saying this you open yourself to the accusation that by prioritising poverty & inequality etc you’re ignoring, even facilitating, anti-semitism & misogyny. So I don’t know.
If your child had nearly died in an underfunded, understaffed hospital & the Prime Minister had apparently been recorded lying to your face when you told him about it, how much weight would you expect/want the media to give to your political affiliations?
Brexit latest: Outrage as people who voted to abolish free movement discover that abolishing free movement means movement will no longer be free.
My youngest has had my old phone for a couple of years. Just for games, which I download for her before disconnecting the internet. Still has my old contacts though & it turns out she’s been messaging my dad, who died 5 years ago. I may have something in my eye.
If you voted for Brexit because you're against 'unelected bureaucrats' & in favour of 'restoring power' to the UK parliament, you must be feeling pretty miffed this weekend. By rights, you should be leading the protests not nodding along with the liars & cheats condemning them.
I don't think I'll ever stop being amazed by just how many ordinarily sensible English people become blind to lies and bluster when they are delivered in a plummy accent.