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Kate Hoey: No quotations, please, they’re fake!

This is very poor form from Labour Brexiteer Kate Hoey.

It seems she has shared a quote purportedly by Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the European Union:

But in fact it was by lecturer and author Adrian Hilton, who even got in touch with Ms Hoey to tell her:

The fact that Ms Hoey published a lie to her followers has disappointed many social media users, including Dave Gorman, who presented Modern Life is Goodish on the TV channel Dave:

It’s a shame that show was cancelled in 2017.

We could all have had a lot of fun with a “found poem” based on responses to Ms Hoey.

Source: Brexit news: Kate Hoey criticised after sharing fake quote about the EU | indy100

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