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The Tories are planning to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with their ‘Bill of Rights‘. Curtis Daly explains why this attack on the most vulnerable is an attack against us all.

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    1. Announced by Theresa May at the Conservative Party 2013 Annual Conference, to great cheer and jubilation from young and old.
      Jeremy Corbyn warned about this since, but mostly in 2017 and 2019 Manifestos.
      However the Remoan and Brexiteer Bandwagons and the number of GetCorbyn Bandwagons alongside the Neo-Labour Party TORY Saboteurs, MSM, MSSM, MSP were clanging empty tin cans so loud that Corbyn could not be heard!
      You can see who did that, by the size of their rivers of tears. Next outpouring will be post cock up prt 2 when they panic vote BlueKeef and The Neo-Labour Party TORIES in only to find as many warned again, and they wind up with just another TORY Party, serving the interests of the Elites and not The PEOPLE and that 43y old austerity breadline is now snapping right up to their once comfortable life!
      Mwah hah hah I love blueticker rivers of tears, always so melodramatic!

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