RT @paulmasonnews: (2/5) The Eurogroup demands = mixture of negotiable and ludicrous. No Greek govt will hand 50bn assets to tax haven Luxe…Kostas Kalotychos @faidr • 26 Jan 19:43 GMT
@craig_walmsley @JTasioulas @giles_fraser @FT @DiEM_25 @yanisvaroufakis @paulmasonnews Not a case of UK giving Greece money. IMF went along with EU and was heavily criticised in an internal report. EU occupy every ministry in Greece. Greeks were betrayed by Tsipras. #EU #Greece #AthensKeith Parkins @keithpp • 26 Jan 12:13 GMT
@AaronBastani @AnthonyBarnett @paulmasonnews @suzanne_moore @AdamRamsay @piercepenniless @hilarypepper @johnharris1969 If Labour had been unequivocally pro-Remain (and half sane) it would have deprived the Tories of a majority.A Serial Luncher @Serialluncher • 26 Jan 09:35 GMT
@keithpp @JTasioulas @giles_fraser @FT @DiEM_25 @yanisvaroufakis @paulmasonnews Perhaps you’re right - but of course it wasn’t just the EU that agreed the bailouts - the IMF played a role and there have been a number of rounds of debt relief as well as bailouts.
And of course you’re right that the UK should have done more and gifted Greece some money.
I remember at the anarchist book fair in London a decade ago, @paulmasonnews told a packed audience of 300 as a panel member, ' You won't be successful. You will never win.'
I thought then, 1) who exactly is he addressing in audience & this guy is not Left wing. He's a phoney. https://t.co/NUdyfdwrvW
Five years ago Syriza took power. My documentary - with director @TheopiSkarlatos - tells the story of how the EU/IMF destroyed the first modern left government - and how people resisted https://t.co/HHbDIiVeNhPaul Mason @paulmasonnews • 25 Jan 07:17 GMT
Two big ideas to save the BBC - hand 1/5 of its budget direct to producers (drama, docs etc) - and outsource management of News Dept so that better journalists can bid to run it. https://t.co/AX3HRbitLsPaul Mason @paulmasonnews • 25 Jan 07:12 GMT
@paulmasonnews From a government in waiting, to signing petitions. I think we lost.Nigel Mining @nigel_mining • 24 Jan 09:05 GMT
@paulmasonnews Keep it but make it the somebody else showevitative @demmediablues • 24 Jan 08:36 GMT
@paulmasonnews Is there one to sign to close it?A Nice Cup of Tea. 🏴 @GarethHurley5 • 24 Jan 08:13 GMT
RT @paulmasonnews: Why did Corbynism fail? In Part 2 of Clear Bright Future 2020, I discuss how nativism took hold in some communities and…Hara @hara_id • 23 Jan 06:04 GMT
@paulmasonnews Hope @Channel4 pick the show up and put it on in the same time slot... This is the BBC running scared of the Conservative party who hate programs that ask difficult questions of government.Winnfrith @Winnfrith1 • 23 Jan 01:58 GMT
@paulmasonnews @AyoCaesar @Sanders4Health @BernieSanders Can you explain why Bernie's 2016 campaign manager Tad Devine is a close and known associate of Paul Manafort and is all over Manafort evidence used to convict him? https://t.co/Hig61F328KBristol News #FBPE #EUCitizen @RealBristolNews • 22 Jan 17:48 GMT
@Joekane70 @JoshuaYJackson @paulmasonnews @jessphillips The point being Lab's propagation of class narrative when it is ill defined.
Your definition of pretty much everyone as working class with no middle class may be fine - if so what is the point of talking about class?
@SanjayFBPEUK @Joekane70 @JoshuaYJackson @paulmasonnews @jessphillips The working class who want to be the upper class; there’s no such thing as the middle class, it was always a very successful divisive tacticPete Caveney @PeteCaveney • 22 Jan 12:07 GMT
@paulmasonnews Yeah, it was racism, sorry nativism in Plymouth.
Nothing to do with antisemitism, supporting various terrorist groups around the world, sitting on the fence about brexit and having a shocking level of incompetence on the front bench with him.
@paulmasonnews @jessphillips Paul, seriously - I was a fan, a real left wing journalist which was rare. Now, I don't believe you are left wing any more. What happened? You are so way off the mark with your opinions.Patricia Ann Cusack @patacusack • 22 Jan 06:59 GMT
@paulmasonnews @jessphillips She didn't quit because TiG were unelectable. If she had, she'd be like Umunna & the rest - out of work. She didn't have the spine to walk because she is on a gravy train & will ride it until forced outSteve Pogson #BoycottPalmOil @StevePogson1 • 22 Jan 06:19 GMT
@nickjonwoodward @az0zone @RedGrouper @paulmasonnews The BBC do occasional in depth downloads. The latest was on immigration and emigration facts and statistics since the war,the graphs are fascinating,I learned loads. It was all pretty even both ways till 1997.Lynda Froud @FroudLynda • 22 Jan 01:45 GMT