Twitter is not real life, of course, but the sewage issue seems to have a heck of a lot of traction. And I haven’t seen anyone claiming that they knew exactly what they were voting for in 2016 for quite some time…

12:09 PM · Oct 24, 2021

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A lot of traction, except on the TV news - happy to be proved wrong on this.
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Nor BBC radio news bulletins - unless I missed that.
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So does #Brexit lead to poop? Is it now offical?
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What's the answer? Still saw a queue of people with their Daily Fail tucked under their arms today. 😢
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The lack of outrage in the MSM is both appalling and very telling.
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Too many client journalists.
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Sadly the Tory Sewage fiasco is a stunning visual metaphor for Brexit Boris Britain With luck it will be the Tories' new Poll Tax
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It’s one that can really shoot conservatives in the foot with their own voters…also one the leader of the opposition has been completely silent on (unless I’ve missed something)
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The Labour campaign has been very effective - targeting the fact that Tory MPs voted for this - hence the ridiculous complaints of Tory MPs that they are being "abused". Not every effective opposition tactic involves the LOTO shooting his mouth off.
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