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Articles tagged twitter

  • July 2nd 2022
  • Support for Steve Bray shows extent of opposition towards ‘Soviet-style’ policing bill

  • Talk Like A North Antrim Native: A 101

  • July 1st 2022
  • Exclusive: no denial from Starmer that he has received ‘beergate’ fixed penalty

  • Chris Pincher suspended as Tory MP

  • Slugger TV looks at the political year ahead

  • The fight for Hongkong continues subtly

  • Minister refuses to say whether Chris Pincher will lose Conservative whip – UK politics live

  • June 30th 2022
  • Culture secretary confuses rugby codes in speech

  • Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries gets rugby league and rugby union mixed up while speaking at world cup event

  • Mike Amesbury MP resigns from shadow minister role

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