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Nigel Farage MEP

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I BELIEVE THAT SOCIETY IS MOVING IN A POSITIVE DIRECTION – THE Rt. Hon...

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Ros Altmann

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Timothy James Farron is a British politician who became Leader of the Liberal Democrats in July 2015 Q. How can we help the most vulnerable...

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