Alle verwijderde tweets van politici

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RT @Unionbuster: We can’t go into this economic crisis with an outdated, broken administrative machine telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0… Our public health institutions are failing, but as long as we clap for them, there's no reason for them to raise their game. Well worth a read #bbcnews #skynews #c4news

RT @DanielJHannan: France never recovered from the emigration of its Huguenots to the Anglosphere. China, similarly, will be hugely impoverished by the loss of the enterprising and market-oriented people of #HongKong. China's loss will be Britain's gain. telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @DanielJHannan: @Madz_Grant Have you considered how badly Atticus Finch meets the standards of our #MeToo age? “Lawyer refuses to #BelieveWomen, defends accused rapist”.

RT @b_judah: What the @nytimes piece that sparked this debate and a lot of former Remainers have not grappled with (I say this as a former Remainer) is that behind the slogan the concept of Global Britain which the Conservatives are pursuing has changed quite profoundly in the last year.

RT @benedictrogers: RT @benedictrogers: Hong Kong refugees will enrich Britain telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @harryph: .@DanielJHannan: "Public Health England spent years campaigning against pizzas and fizzy drinks, often wrapping its arguments in the language of identity politics. But it proved worse than useless when faced a genuine public health challenge." telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @CharlieDinkin: RT @CharlieDinkin: Oh good I see self-owning Tory twitter found this tweet and are now like NO I *will* continue to fund people who largely…

RT @peterdavies211: @DanielJHannan nails it! In the UK we have an outdated, broken administrative machine. The trouble is that political correctness and groupthink distracts our agencies from what ought to be their core functions. telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @Daedalus6: Daniel Hannan nails it again We can’t go into this economic crisis with an outdated, broken administrative machine telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/07/0…

RT @DanielJHannan: @CraigGlasgow2 Not in the context of the whole poem. I’d say it’s about Eliot’s longing for the transcendent - perhaps more specifically for the sense of community that comes from a shared sense of the transcendent - in an age that is losing its religion.