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Not a hypocrite

Joined May 2020
So you refuse to believe the swathe of independent journalists who verified the story, thinking them part of some vast conspiracy to hide the truth, but do believe a random account on twitter? If you reply to this I may take a while to respond as I'll be laughing for days.
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Private sector pay is determined by the market and has risen with inflation. Public sector pay is determined by MPs, unless it's their own pay, and it has not risen with inflation. #PoliticsLive
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How many members of this panel, including presenters, have children in private school? #PoliticsLive
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The arguments for subsidising private schools with taxpayers money are bonkers. #PoliticsLive
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Have the SNP hacked the computer that decides which MPs ask at #PMQs? #PoliticsLive
At a time when the Tories are having to cut back to balance the economy they crashed giving hand outs to private schools is not justifiable. #politicslive #PMQs
The UK has always controlled its borders. Brexit was a decision based on lies, it's time to think again. #politicslive #PMQs
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From 2012-2020 outstanding schools were exempt from inspection. Just 17% of those re-inspected retained the outstanding grade. #politicslive #PMQs
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The right to vote is integral to our democracy. You'd think #politicslive, the BBC's daily in-depth politics show, would treat it more seriously than Hancocks jungle antics.
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It's time to give Ms Wark her own show on Radio 2. #Newsnight
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We've watched Putin leverage Russian gas to try and achieve his ambitions, we cannot let Xi use China in the same way. #Newsnight
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I would have liked to know if Phillip felt pensions rising in line with inflation was justified given his concerns about inflation. #bbcaq
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If these rail men are earning more than 2 and 6 a week it's too much I say! #bbcaq
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Why should we move on when most Brexit voters regret their decision? #bbcaq
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It's difficult to implement a decision when nobody can agree on what the decision meant. #bbcaq
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Perhaps instead of focusing on immigration numbers we could focus on the failure of government to provide adequate new housing and public services. Or at least mention it once in a while. #bbcaq
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Bring net immigration down by shipping convicts to Australia. #bbcaq
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Braverman the security risk and Rabb the bully. At this rate we'll find out Hunt embezzled public funds and Sunak is a tax cheat. Then we'll have a full house. #PoliticsLive
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Think what you like about Mick Lynch he's one hell of a communicator. #Peston
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The terms under which train companies can negotiate are set by the government. The government is the problem. #Peston
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If Neighbourhood Plans worked we wouldn't be talking about a chronic housing shortage 10 years later. #PoliticsLive