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Labour MP for Wallasey. Author ‘The New Serfdom - the triumph of conservative ideas and how to defeat them’

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Angela Eagle (Labour) hat @TxMBRS retweetet :

RT @TxMBRS: @angelaeagle Please RT this on behalf of #ExcludedUK, @angelaeagle We have the Metro Mayors on tonight and with some heartbreaking stories. There needs to be an end to this and you can help us further. Thank you for all you've done so far. fb.watch/27zUi7XUZJ/

Angela Eagle (Labour) hat @matthaig1 retweetet :

RT @matthaig1: RT @matthaig1: We all speak Shakespeare. https://t.co/fxAkdpHQDk

RT @PickardJE: David Frost, Brexit minister, on withdrawal agreement: “We underestimated the effect of the protocol on goods movements to Northern Ireland, with some suppliers in GB simply not sending their products because of the time-consuming paperwork required.” ft.com/content/eb35a1…

RT @PickardJE: David Frost, Brexit minister, on withdrawal agreement: “We underestimated the effect of the protocol on goods movements to Northern Ireland, with some suppliers in GB simply not sending their products because of the time-consuming paperwork required.” ft.com/content/eb35a1…

RT @BBCNews: RT @BBCNews: Schoolboy wears skirt in protest at dress code bbc.in/34RJSby

RT @BBCNews: RT @BBCNews: Schoolboy wears skirt in protest at dress code bbc.in/34RJSby

RT @SpecCoffeeHouse: 'Hancock's press conference highlighted what he has really been doing: merely talking at length about the allegations, while dodging any real answers.' ✍️ Isabel Hardman spectator.co.uk/article/the-qu…

RT @PickardJE: - Sunak keeps insisting that Cameron got no special access for Greensill Capital - Mel Stride, the *Tory* chair of Treasury committee, says it "doesn't seem credible" that the former PM didn't get more consideration than a random applicant

RT @BBCPolitics: Did Boris Johnson say "Covid was only killing 80-year-olds" when delaying the autumn circuit breaker? asks Keir Starmer PM says: "[The decisions made] will be a matter for the inquiry... we took [them] in the best interests of the British people" bbc.in/3vjFmOO #PMQs https://t.co/NdBKleQudD