@PeterStefanovi2 | 500,504 followers
2 million adults in the UK can’t afford to eat every day

@RishiSunak says “The most pressing problem right now is tackling illegal migration"

If you disagree with him RT this to everyone you know

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In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
The most pressing problem right now is the Tories and their cabal of corruption.
 
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
Most people just want to be able to eat, as well as heat their homes, it shouldn’t be a case of choosing between the two, life is hard enough as it is,
 
Yet again the Tories have the wrong priorities.
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
Resign @RishiSunak, why is this a multi millionaire hedge funder our PM, only answer is greed and power You are a failed government :poverty and homelessness and poor children Brexit, sewage, NHS, covid deaths . But greed and corruption abound:Johnson and lebedev, Mone and PPE
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
The guys a crook !
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
No mate, it's the cost of living crisis you created, free fall economy, strikes everywhere? NHS is dire, now you want to ban folk for marches, for a decent payrise. Yet no problem giving yourselves one.
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
These entitled stealers of normal hard working peoples hopes need to be gone. And they need to know they are before it actually happens so they can shit on themselves a bit (like they do) before it happens. Get this retweeted…. Get the message out there……
 
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
only the most pressing problem to the Tory base.
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
Personally I give a **** who comes here in rubber dinghies.. What I care about is the cost of living under the Tory's and being able to heat my home and buy food.
 
 
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
Well he's right isn't he. If it wasn't for all those illegals having to be fed and accommodate there would be billions more in the Kitty to help anyone in genuine need and I mean genuine need
 
 
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Entirely agree with the sentiment, but "RT to everyone you know" is an odd thing to say. I can retweet it, and gladly do, but I can't limit the audience to people I know
 
 
The sooner the UK government calls a #generalelectionNOW the better.
 
 
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@RishiSunak WRONG... They are both problems. people who you say YOU CARE ABOUT, can't afford to eat. THAT'S TOP priority. PEOPLE CANT HEAT, PEOPLE CANT EAT.
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
No one gives a shit about EDS people like me left on scrap heap to die with craniocervical instability in the UK. Very cruel.
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
And there dragging Scotland down with them
 
It’s a manufactured problem. If you don’t process the claims you create a crisis that doesn’t really exist. It’s a populist agenda once again finding someone else(the migrant) to blame. Diversionary tactics @RishiSunak @SuellaBraverman
 
We have one of the fewest immigrant entrants in the western world and still complain
 
 
 
How is it ? Only because the government make it a problem
 
In reply to @PeterStefanovi2
The country is growing at 500,000 people per year. That's a city the size of Liverpool annually. It's a pretty big problem if infrastructure and services cannot keep up. That pushes more people into poverty.
 
 
 
 
 
“Brexit has damaged the economy” and “probably responsible for austerity” but the dog whistle distraction is “people coming here illegally on small boats” (see previous on Home Sec and lack of legal routes). What a shower.
 
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