@BBCPolitics @afneil Lady Nugee confirms that socialism is ok for everyone else , but only the best will do for her children. Hypocrite and Champagne Socialist part of the Labour Islington set out of touch with there traditional core votersJamie Shea @shea_jshea27 • 24 Jan 10:02 GMT
@paulgrg4 @addicted2newz @bbcquestiontime I've stopped watching it because she constantly interupts and it's all about her as the facilitator. @afneil would be ideal for QT. I've also stopped watching it because of the left wing and anti brexit bias. As well as Labour the BBC need to change.GREAT WHITE @MACDONALDO67 • 24 Jan 08:54 GMT
@ConHome @IainDale @afneil @RobbieGibb I'd like to see @toadmeister given the job, the so called "liberals" would wet themselves, and the BBC could once again be enjoyed by millions, without the need for the wretched licence fee (tax).Stuart Dunstan-Shields @Stuartshields75 • 24 Jan 08:28 GMT
Refused to be interviewed by @afneil, refuses to release report on Russian interference in referendum and elections, says he wants a lot of say on who becomes next head of BBC. But don’t worry guys, our democracy is safe. The PM will tell you which shampoo he uses. On Twitter https://t.co/XBAld3RbxdMatt Dean @MTDeanOfficial • 24 Jan 07:49 GMT
@FraserNelson @afneil I think that it would be beneficial to the New-UK going forward to have a True Team Effort between Government, institutions, and the voting public in order that we can make the kind of progress which other Nations are excelling in while we slip further & further away. Lets ChangeJason Burns @JasonIanBurns • 24 Jan 07:44 GMT
@JohnCoa77445452 @magilljoseph1 @BBCPolitics @afneil @bbclaurak I repeat - Labour were unpopular at the election for other reasons: chiefly Brexit, & the media assassination of Jeremy Corbyn but this will hopefully be explained more fully by the enquiry into the defeat being conducted by Labour Together.David Beaumont @davbeau • 24 Jan 07:14 GMT
@BBCPolitics @afneil That's why I cannot vote Labour this day and age,with all the hypocrisy of the Labour MPs, Thornberry should resign as she is a disgrace to the Labour movement,she is more or less putting two fingers up at the electorate,just like Abbott,Trevor @Bendove98011236 • 24 Jan 04:10 GMT
@afneil @UKLabour And here are the latest UK party leadership odds, including Labour and the LibDems but also the Conservatives, perhaps an indicator of wishful thinking about buses and Johnson? Ed Davey is odds on (4/7) to be next LibDem leader. https://t.co/xBj4zpD0FIStephen Moran @stephen_j_moran • 23 Jan 23:55 GMT
@worgztheowl @afneil That’s a question that definitely needs to be asked. Her actions made her words meaningless. How can Jewish people trust she will stand up for them, when she started her campaign launch in that way?Ur Fave Biracial Princess That Isn’t Meghan 🏽 @LiLeiLou • 23 Jan 23:02 GMT
@GraemeBandeira @afneil @JayMitchinson @OpinionYP @Cartoon4sale @procartoonists @Kate_M_Proctor @Geri_E_L_Scott @georgegalloway @ChrisMasonBBC @adamboultonSKY @IanDayPix Mr Neil obviously knows talent when he sees it, nice one!Bob Acer @acer_bob • 23 Jan 22:30 GMT
@pptwit47 @DuggeryMr @BBCPolitics @afneil Because Tories send their kids to the best schools they can and accept that any other parent would do the same in their position.
They are not bothered about silly virtue signalling.
@Octavia_Holl @rjheathfield @afneil @BBCPolitics @EmilyThornberry In 1975 there were debating and chess socieities in all Surrey grammar schools. None survived into comprehensive schools. Same for school orchestras, poetry magazines, Shakespeare productions,... All just for the rich now.
But my point was the UK needs educated bright kids.
@mFoGm @GarySch47413717 @afneil @SpectatorUSA @adamboultonSKY @krishgm So you can't provide one single example to support your assertion, and then totally ignore the question you were asked r.e. Johnson but rather ask me a question!
You're not to be taken seriously in the slightest.
Enjoy your evening.
@Octavia_Holl @rjheathfield @afneil @BBCPolitics @EmilyThornberry Massive under-supply of grammar school places, so too many are taken by the few children who went to private prep schools or had tutors. This did not happen in the 1970s.
How do you explain this?
@GraemeBandeira @afneil @JayMitchinson @OpinionYP @Cartoon4sale @procartoonists @Kate_M_Proctor @Geri_E_L_Scott @georgegalloway @ChrisMasonBBC @adamboultonSKY @IanDayPix Wow. Imagine owning a print of this!Freddie Scovell Esq. @FreddieScovell • 23 Jan 20:30 GMT