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Does that mean @Conservatives and other MPs posting hateful messages will be held to account. I'm not holding my breath on that
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Or dismissing such accounts as " humbug," and then doubling down on the narrative....
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Online hate is definitely a problem that needs tackling but as far as I’m aware it wasn’t a key factor in Amess’ murder
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Writing an impassioned article in the Daily Mail about online abuse… Can no-one see the irony of that?
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Can she demonstrate any link between the two, or is this a convenient smokescreen to push through some fascistic legislation?
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The poor man was murdered in real life. I've seen nothing to suggest this could have saved him. It seems like another authoritarian measure rather than addressing actual issues. But re sm, sm platforms need to stop elevating hate. This shouldn't be via an untrustworthy govt
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Some of your MPs have been active in online hate will that be being addressed? Sm platforms exclude via algorithms, oddly hate isn't a priority to code to exclude except if it's v high profile for a few days. This doesn't require ID. More nonsense from a fake nurse.
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They also closed Southend's beaches as Tories have voted to release raw sewerage into sea and rivers, was that in his memory too.
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How are the two related?
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And restrict who can see MP expenses and voting records. Clearly they want to be wholly unaccountable
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