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The Twattering Classes

Once more into the breach-birth that is Twitter, this time to discover that Theresa May’s tablet is set to 1760, David Lammy’s to 1590, Boris Johnson’s to 1958, and Owen Jones’s to 1931. 611 more words

Boris Johnson

Labour Future uses People’s Assembly event for data-capture email . . . . .

On Saturday, People’s Assembly is holding an anti-austerity event in London:

It’s an important event, with a stellar line-up of speakers including Labour front-benchers John McDonnell, Diane Abbott & Barry Gardiner and tickets cost a  201 more words


Smartphones are fuelling a surge in the number of Brits taking cocaine

The UK ‘is fast becoming the biggest consumer of cocaine in Europe’ according to the security minister.

Ben Wallace told the Commons that smartphones and encryption had fuelled the rise in Brits taking cocaine because it had allowed young people to deal drugs in a ‘safe and secure’ way. 690 more words


QT: Gaza violence

yesterday evening (thursday 17th), 11.16-11.30pm, on bbc 1
question time (chaired by david dimbleby) (with • aditya chakrabortty of the guardian, • dominic raab mp, • bernard hogan-howe, former metropolitan police commissioner, • diane abbott mp, and • camilla cavendish, former head of policy for david cameron) includes… 40 more words

Bungling Abbott in Wrong Career


For the sake of the Identity Politickers on the Left, let’s begin by mentioning that I am black. I am known as Barry White by my mates because I’m as fat as Barry was in his latter years and I have been told I have a deep, sensuous voice. 584 more words


Diane Abbott Schooling Safid Javid: 'The Windrush Generation Were Always British'

This is another great little video from the ‘Russian propaganda outlet’ RT. In it, the much vilified Diane Abbott takes the new Home Secretary, Safid Javid, to task for his comments and attitudes towards the Windrush generation. 238 more words


Nick Ferrari is a vicious, petty piece-of-work, he really is

by Martin Odoni

What a pointlessly horrible individual Nick Ferrari can be sometimes. He wanted to interview Diane Abbott this morning on his LBC Radio… 478 more words