Can’t be only me finds this Daily Mail article today utterly vile: If like me, your stomach also turns at this attempt to justify the murder of mother-of-two Jo Cox by blaming it on immigrati…
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After the sudden resignation of the last Head Teacher, his replacement outlines the changes she wants to make to the running of GB Primary School.
July 9, 2016
Disappointed Nigel Farage supporters have found something to hope for again in the atrociousness of Andrea Leadsom.
Awful: Andrea Leadsom
Appalling people across the country were at risk of becoming politically disenfranchised following the UKIP leader’s resignation, but now feel very much involved again at the discovery of someone else terrible enough to affirm their dreadfulness.
Awful person Ray Doyle, from the neo-fascist town of Lancing, West Sussex, said: “I thought perhaps someone might be as bigoted and divisive as Nigel, or as deluded, or lacking in judgement – but all three?
“Then I read about Andrea Leadsom making up her CV and opposing gay marriage and promising to bring back a cruel sport and prioritise closing borders over the economy, and being a ‘proud Christian’.
“I mean she’s really awful.
“I was worried she might have judgement but then saw that she was really angry with…
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The EU referendum may be over but the anti-European tabloids are still pushing on with their disinformation campaign about the EU.
On Tuesday, the Daily Express – the UKIP-supporting paper that has long been the biggest cheerleader of EU withdrawal – published a story called EUROPEAN SUPERSTATE TO BE UNVEILED: EU NATIONS ‘TO BE MORPHED INTO ONE’ POST-BREXIT.
The article claims that member states are to be given an ‘ultimatum’ to accept ‘radical proposals’ that include the transfer of national armies, criminal law, taxation and banking to Brussels.
The article also claims that ‘member states would also lose what few controls they have left over their own borders’.
The same story was also reported in The Sun.
But the report that this story refers to – ‘A strong Europe in a world of uncertainties’ by Jean-Marc Ayrault and Frank-Walter Steinmeier – mentions nothing about transferring any of these…
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