Just a short post – I’ve been working from early until very late for the last couple of days, so the blog has suffered a bit, and I’m feeling quite shattered. Things should return more or less to normal over the coming few days. The good news is that I now have a Rhino in my kitchen. Well, no, not the African animal, but a de-humidifer (pictured), brought in to deal with the damp. Air in the flat is now below 50% humidity and falling all the time – quite a relief after the long saga of the repairs.
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Wow! "The Tories’ top two themes – Brexit and taxation – have received 24.5% of the coverage overall and 29.8% on broadcast TV. By contrast, Labour’s top two issues – health and the environment – have been featured in only 14.1% of all the coverage and 13.4% of the TV coverage."
George Osborne on the money http://nymag.com/intelligencer/amp/2019/12/boris-johnson-brexit.html?__twitter_impression=true
@ZacGoldsmith @MollyMEP @CarolineLucas @TheGreenParty Richmond Park local Green councillor responding here⬇️⬇️⬇️
I think that the Tories like Zac are running an experiment to see how outrageous a lie they can get away with and still con people into voting.
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