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Chuka Umunna: What is he for? Apparently if you read his pamphlet you won’t be any the wiser.

I can’t guarantee it’ll be the best thing you’ll read all weekend, as Skwawkbox implies.

But the distillation of Chuka Umunna’s 20,000-word pamphlet on how he sees the progressive approach to politics into 20 pithy tweets by Richard James certainly deserves as wide an audience as possible.

Let’s hope enough people see it to seal the doom of The INdependent Group of elitists once and for all.

If you’re wondering which tweet was my favourite, it’s the one that says: “People should stop cheeking their political and social betters on Twitter. It really is not on.”

What’s yours?

Source: Take-down of Tinge-group political pitch is probably best thing you’ll read this weekend | The SKWAWKBOX

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