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Chief Political Commentator, Sunday Times. Author of All Out War (tinyurl.com/hmt7bfe) & Fall Out (amzn.to/2OyRgl6)

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This week we welcome the former Home Secretary and author Alan Johnson @alan_books to #Spybrary In this informative and fun chat, we ask Alan how his background as Home Secretary helped him to write his fiction books Late Train to Gipsy Hill and One of Our Ministers is Missing.
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I saw Sean Walsh at the Up the Creek comedy club in Greenwich about 3 years ago. He did an entire Michael Mcintyre routine for pushing 10 minutes. The voice didn't slip once. Rather brilliant
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England “controlled the game from the back” (HT: Southgate) about as much as the government is controlling immigration
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At least we are spared the laudatory tweets from politicians who only watch football every two years
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Well, that was reassuringly awful
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Live footage of all my British mates watching this in the US of A @benrathe @silvesterldn
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I’m choosing to understand England’s performance at the moment as a bribe to Biden for cheap oil
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England seem to be perfectly on plan for a classic World Cup: turgid complacency to qualify from the group, followed by panic and heroics and then the soothing balm of disappointment
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This is, unsurprisingly, a very well argued resort to actual facts about house building. I've been writing about politics for 21 years and the failure to build enough homes where people need and want them is a collective disgrace of the political class
I don't want to be The Guy Who Tweets About Housing. But it's worth scrutinising the arguments made by the MPs backing Villiers' amendments - not least because one of them, @IoWBobSeely, accused me on national TV today of 'plucking my facts from the air'. So - thread time! (1/?)
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It's a bumper week for political books. I was lucky enough to get early sight of @SebastianEPayne's book on Boris and @MrHarryCole's on Liz Truss and they are both well worth your money. My third book, covering the epic last 5 years will be out next year
Happy publication day @SebastianEPayne! 🎉 Described by @ShippersUnbound as 'more fun than a Downing Street party', The Fall of Boris Johnson is a hugely gripping account of the former PM's downfall. Out now! buff.ly/3EQZnUh
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Biggest policy cockup of the year? Best u-turn? Worst appointment? What are your political highs and lows of 2022?
OK Twitter, your highlights of the batshit political year: greatest gaffes, car crash interviews, resignations, quotes, memes, daft tweets, greatest hypocrisies. GO! #askingforapoliticalhackplanninghisendofyearawards
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OK Twitter, your highlights of the batshit political year: greatest gaffes, car crash interviews, resignations, quotes, memes, daft tweets, greatest hypocrisies. GO! #askingforapoliticalhackplanninghisendofyearawards
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Politically, this is quite clever
Bulk of the spending cuts have basically been punted to after the next election. NHS and education actually getting more cash before then. Capital spending not cut. The squeeze then really pinches come 2025... when the Tories may not be in power.
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Hunt’s plan appears to be to make everything so awful that Tory MPs won’t be able to decide which horror to rebel against
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We're a health service with a country attached.
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Hunt manfully selling every “we will cut what was proposed but it still goes up a bit” decision as a rabbit. A lot of sickly looking rabbits
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