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My Mp Is New To Twitter, What Should I Tweet Him

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David Davis @DavidDavisMP only been on Twitter since July 17th by the look of it.

He might, therefore, be paying it some attention until the novelty wears off

What, as a constituent (I am) would you tweet at this opportune time?

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ask him why the tax payers funded London property owning Mps don't seem toward doing anything about insane house prices

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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he only lives round the corner from me too in fact - his constituency home at least

as it happens, I cycled past his house this very afternoon

he wasn't in

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he only lives round the corner from me too in fact - his constituency home at least

as it happens, I cycled past his house this very afternoon

he wasn't in

What makes you think that - did you peer into every window?

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TBH might be better to just follow him and wait until he tweets something you disagree with- then politely engage? I follow a bunch of MPs and usually am pretty drunk when I reply to their tweets, so so far I've had almost no responses, and got blocked by Douglas Carswell, presumably for the tweet where I called him a "shit Classical Liberal".

However occasionally you come across one who will engage, in my case it was Nick De Bois, who was one of the few Tories to lose his seat at the last election. As it happened I was criticising him for his (I think Private Member's) Bill to mandate a custodial sentence for a second offence of being arrested for carrying a knife. Like all sensible people I dislike mandatory custodial sentences and pointed out all the reasons why they are a bad idea- and while he didn't drop the bill (I think it passed in the end :rolleyes: ) he did at least take the time to try and rebut my points / justify the bill citing popular support from his constituents. As a result I was (a little) sorry to see him lose his seat.

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David Davis @DavidDavisMP only been on Twitter since July 17th by the look of it.

He might, therefore, be paying it some attention until the novelty wears off

What, as a constituent (I am) would you tweet at this opportune time?

"Big Brother is watching you."

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They don't come much less "Big Brother" than David Davis.

The latter.

I know, hence the joke. I met him once on the anti-ID card trail a few years back and he was a funny (as in entertaining not odd) guy. I don't agree with him on a lot of stuff (e.g. the death penalty) but, on the whole, he's a Tory I could bring myself to vote for.

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Ask him why homeownership rates are collapsing after 5 years of the Tories being in power.

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TBH might be better to just follow him and wait until he tweets something you disagree with- then politely engage? I follow a bunch of MPs and usually am pretty drunk when I reply to their tweets, so so far I've had almost no responses, and got blocked by Douglas Carswell, presumably for the tweet where I called him a "shit Classical Liberal".

I'm guesssing he took offence at being called a 'Liberal' :D

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