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The Tory Momentum’s quick descent into social cleansing gags, former Scottish Labour chief Kezia Dugdale’s involuntary outing, and a centrist essay castigating the lunatic fringes are the three topics this week.
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Labour’s equivocating on such trivia as tuition fees and Britain’s membership of the single market, Tory plans to make it easier to change your legal gender, and the proposal to force wankers (Ed – Porn watchers?) to identify themselves online are the three topics this week.
The terrorist attack in Manchester, Labour’s surge forward in the polls, Andrew “Brillo” Neil’s savaging of the UK’s political leaders, and the much-celebrated sacking of rent-a-gob Katie Hopkins are the three (Er, four? – Ed) topics this week.
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