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Remember the Tory-voting mum who attacked tax credit cuts? She's now a Momentum boss

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She voted Tory in 2015 and now is a regional chair (unpaid?) of momentum?

 

She's entitled to be politically inquisitive and active, imho. Better than blindly following one party without thought.

Edited by Si1

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Funded, abetted and facilitated by Question Time and the far-left BBC. Was there ever any doubt?

Any pretense of neutrality died the day after the 1997 GE, when the halls of Broadcasting House were littered with champagne corks.

Edited by Untoward

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I find it hard to believe someone would go from voting Tory to being a regional momentum head in a few years.

 

Question time totally setup, as usual.

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7 hours ago, reddog said:

I find it hard to believe someone would go from voting Tory to being a regional momentum head in a few years.

 

Question time totally setup, as usual.

One year.

Shes a thick, self entitled bint - ideal for Momentum.

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Quite a few things don't add up about that entire story.

It seems to be almost on a par with Bigotgate - centred around a working class woman etc - female voting intentions possibly being influenced etc.

 

 

 

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