Tory leadership contender denied acting improperly in saying the UK gave the EU £350m a week.

There was no way Remainers could win this. Boris won, so they can't say he lied anymore, but even if he lost, he'd either put all Remainer MPs elected under a Brexit manifesto in jeopardy, or expose establishment bias.

Congratulations, anti-democrats. You played yourself.

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Apparently it's "unavailable"? Anyone else getting this?

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The end of corporate fascism, perhaps, but censorship? Still a ways to go until we stamp that out.

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A Trump supporter was milkshaked and then almost beaten to the floor by the Trump Protest crowd this afternoon. Things could have got far worse but someone intervened…  Hat-tip: Matthew Thompson

I worry about what this will escalate into...

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The party splits just four months after it was formed, announcing Anna Soubry as its new leader.

Oh dear, how sad, never mind...

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He is accused of misconduct in public office for his claim during the EU referendum in 2016.

Very suspect, especially considering the £350m to the NHS actually happened and even more besides. This is politically motivated, intended to keep a Brexiteer out of Number 10.

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President Donald Trump's reelection campaign is considering creating a profile on what is being called the conservative version of Twitter.

Do it, Trump! Get on Gab!

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Leftist anti-democrat extremists are becoming more and more insane as time goes on. It's not "just a milkshake" and it never was.

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The Brexit Party leader is referred to a European Parliament committee over the £450,000 sum.

So now Farage is being investigated by a European Parliament advisory committee. All in the space of one day and after the last investigation found nothing against the Brexit Party.

Farage is right. This is total collusion.

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