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Gordon  Brown on cnn, is a classic example, a failed politician without new ideas. A failed prime minister who introduce a tv licence which he now regret because 90 years old pensioners are been dragged through courts.

The bbc is now becoming a bank "too big to fail", They are free to increase tv licence above  inflation, raise more money for Christmas party, big pay out and pensions black hole.

The mainstream media need fresh faces with fresh ideas not failed politicians like Gordon Brown, john major, guardian and mirror editors.

What do you expect Gordon Brown who voted remain to say on Brexit? Nothing positive will come out of his mouth because he's a looser.
Author: Amy
Created on: 22 Jul 2019, 18:42
Last updated on: 28 Jul 2019, 19:32
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The mainstream media have joined the politics of fear. They scares the voters with big numbers,  The economy is on cliff edge because it will affect their interests if uk leave the EU.

Like the fake  journalists on Brexit deal not "renegotiate", they can only be described as stupid and ignorant. 
Owner: Foxy
Created on: 23 Jul 2019, 18:05
Last updated on: 23 Jul 2019, 18:05

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