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Chairman @Spectator, @spectatorUSA, @Spectator Australia, @Apollo_Magazine, BBC political presenter, Tweets reflect my analysis and mine alone.

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The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty, BBC2 — power, politics and family https://t.co/1IGtQhSixk via @financialtimesHaving forced American football's Washington Redskins to change its name, the Washington Post is now calling for ba… https://t.co/uSZf85PN7cHappy Bastille Day! https://t.co/Hpthwddp2oDemocratic convention was meant to be this week. It will now be next month, mainly virtual. Republicans still plan… https://t.co/YLzuAuhFzSJustice Secretary Robert Buckland on ITV: “The guidance is work from home if you can. That’s still there. [But] the… https://t.co/4q9kIJF2Ua52% of US adults think that the United States has been “worse than most other countries” in handling the coronaviru… https://t.co/KmrPtkJ3p6America's generational divide: Among all adults, 49% are against and 29% for the Washington Redskins changing their… https://t.co/okeRG2qfiuThe American neurologist Oliver Sacks knew a thing or two about swimming. “The mind can float free, become spellbou… https://t.co/gZqm01q3H2
Retweeted by Andrew NeilAs California's seven-day average of new Covid infections approaches 9,000 daily, Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom… https://t.co/0ZnO7NW5bVWill making face masks compulsory give people confidence to go out and shop, or will they act as a reminder of how… https://t.co/2F5ZEFakqK
Retweeted by Andrew NeilIn September Philip Hammond said the Tory party is no longer ‘tolerant’ and has been infected with ‘ideological pu… https://t.co/ov4ZXyHcXh
Retweeted by Andrew NeilWhat to watch on Netflix this summer - from Cate Blanchett's 'Stateless' to Scandi noir Deadwind. https://t.co/sjggXbOb5U
Retweeted by Andrew NeilUS shares were quick to veer back from their March dip but can investors be sure of a full US recovery? asks Robert… https://t.co/wDCAcPoDyw
Retweeted by Andrew Neil"He’s like a political Roy Cropper (if you get the Corrie reference)" – what Conservative MPs make of Keir Starmer’… https://t.co/fENj9tvPzE
Retweeted by Andrew NeilSpectator exclusive: Philip Hammond becomes Saudi advisor https://t.co/dL4EvXTuy2
Retweeted by Andrew NeilOne eats in Greece as the Ancients would have done— yoghurt and honey for breakfast, simply-cooked fish and cold wi… https://t.co/SI4pLHROW8
Retweeted by Andrew NeilHow has the Covid-19 crisis been handled - and what do the next few months have in store? Join The @spectator's An… https://t.co/llXFVdhOAx
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7/14
2020
Somerset combines chic city living in Bath and Bristol with rural charm, says Robert Jackman. Here's where to buy. https://t.co/TiBobycyT6
Retweeted by Andrew NeilLive out La Dolce Vita in London with an Italian mini-break at home - from a trip to Little Venice to the capital's… https://t.co/5fiuOt4lME
Retweeted by Andrew Neil💥 Cracking @GeorgeWParker scoop: Johnson government estimates 200,000 Hong Kongers will take up route to British ci… https://t.co/HfkbkQNYXn
Retweeted by Andrew NeilMajor new documentary series BBC2 tomorrow night. https://t.co/wRQPiOUO8EIndeed. Well ‘starring’ might be a bit of a stretch but I’m told major walk on roles in parts 1 and 3. https://t.co/FUy8WQgwamCan’t wait for this https://t.co/spNzrz7mDf
Retweeted by Andrew NeilDon’t miss the Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty tomorrow night (Tuesday) on BBC2 at 9pm. First of a three part series. Very revealing.
7/13
2020
“There’s a whiff of 1789 in the air. With roughly 650 days remaining until the next presidential election, Macron i… https://t.co/nHDDTX6tXc
Retweeted by Andrew NeilWe need to break our dependency on quantitative easing, says Liam Halligan https://t.co/U3BqN6e9RR
Retweeted by Andrew NeilWearing face masks while shopping is 'good manners', says Gove Your Sunday shows round-up here: https://t.co/76sJHwDT7i
Retweeted by Andrew NeilIt might be too late to save Hong Kong, but it is not too late for Taiwan, writes Alessio Patalano https://t.co/PpYhPAQFdU
Retweeted by Andrew Neil @RobBurl @afneil I'd have paid good money to witness @afneil asking questions during the recent coronavirus daily press briefings.
Retweeted by Andrew Neil‘Portraiture was to be at the heart of his modernist endeavour’ – on the paintings of Amadeo Modigliani, who was bo… https://t.co/c59f1ak6C6
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThere are many reasons to be afraid of a cricket ball. Covid isn't one of them, writes Charlie Campbell https://t.co/a45AzCUj9B
Retweeted by Andrew NeilBig spending. Huge debts. What can possibly go wrong, asks Kate Andrews https://t.co/Ly3CuulEWJ
Retweeted by Andrew NeilAnd another one! Love the idea of a magazine measured in terms of quantity of drink... https://t.co/NyvRzmU805
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThis time last year. Quality work from ⁦@afneil⁩ and the BBC team. https://t.co/epSaOddCMb
Retweeted by Andrew NeilBullshit. 1) You opposed 1999 NATO intervention in Kosovo https://t.co/MdpHntTIws 2) You signed an Early Day mot… https://t.co/ArQ19M56We
Retweeted by Andrew NeilTrump’s Mount Rushmore speech could help get him re-elected, writes Douglas Murray https://t.co/kmPORxWJgv
Retweeted by Andrew Neil"Saxophones and trumpets were invented by white Westerners. This cultural appropriation is largely based on ignoran… https://t.co/Jv23DWCsBQ
Retweeted by Andrew NeilLove these pictures from Spectator subscribers - it’s exactly how we like to imagine the magazine being read. Try a… https://t.co/6U9f2Z0JJO
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe future of choral singing in this country now rests on experiments taking place in a government lab, says Ysenda… https://t.co/K9uYyCkZm9
Retweeted by Andrew NeilI've seen the future of face masks, writes Matthew Parris https://t.co/vTXbTmJyRK
Retweeted by Andrew NeilAs soon as it is put to the test, most obviously by the Covid-19 crisis, ‘pooled’ sovereignty proves to be no sover… https://t.co/kfNHAtMBgx
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe Covid conundrum: Modelling is not science, writes Dr John Lee https://t.co/45jJFmdqOC
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7/12
2020
The young will be left counting the cost of Covid, writes James Forsyth https://t.co/YwM9Jzbv7v
Retweeted by Andrew NeilFigure studies – on public statues and the history of art https://t.co/IM7STtk1Ix
Retweeted by Andrew NeilRod Liddle on the ineptitude of despots https://t.co/3vqpTb9eFs
Retweeted by Andrew NeilA notable street food vendor at Greenwich market is Da Fish Ting, they’re well-known for providing one of the best… https://t.co/N6w1hbZxv2
Retweeted by Andrew Neil"The BBC is not merely reporting recent events, it is taking sides. Or, more precisely, it is failing to realise th… https://t.co/TSENJKQg6v
Retweeted by Andrew Neil"Vegans, take note. Hospitality is something to enjoy graciously, or not at all. To respond to a dinner invitation… https://t.co/5AmUf2fzX2
Retweeted by Andrew NeilToby on a roll. https://t.co/HEOBIfb33s
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe spirit of wokeness. https://t.co/CkoVeXOleE
Retweeted by Andrew Neil @neilwallis1 @afneil @FraserNelson @spectator Half way through this week’s @spectator and it’s a pretty hard hittin… https://t.co/2RwguMvzrP
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThen relax. A quick glance at your useless blog indicates your hands are safe. https://t.co/kMaM3sRniPThe Spectator is growing fast: we now outsell two national newspapers. We’ve returned our furlough money, now we’re… https://t.co/o3mJTEbrh7
Retweeted by Andrew NeilNew United Kingdom general election poll https://t.co/fmAlOgb5eR Pollster: YouGov Period: 08/07-09/07/2020 Con: 4… https://t.co/zI2gTMpoK1
Retweeted by Andrew NeilJames McNeill Whistler, who was born #OTD in 1834, referred to his watercolours as his ‘little games’ – although in… https://t.co/sDX15juoXT
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThis week's Spectator Leader: Raab's ethical foreign policy is showing the best side of Britain https://t.co/ePb1Zdf7YZ
Retweeted by Andrew NeilSince 1828 The Spectator has stood for diversity of opinion and quality of writing. We prefer humour to rancour and… https://t.co/q1lTjhBUHb
Retweeted by Andrew NeilBrilliant article in The Spectator. Estate owners - as Bowie said: 'Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it comin… https://t.co/wXgBNK636X
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe Spectator is growing - and hiring. Details: https://t.co/9bJYIVSs3i
Retweeted by Andrew NeilNot even a genius could make Much Ado About Nothing funny, writes Lloyd Evans https://t.co/9ZoOn18az6
Retweeted by Andrew NeilHe’s certainly pro-nuclear power. But that’s different from being a lobbyist for it; his organisation says it takes… https://t.co/9j6mONNDNw @afneil Please consider following @AuschwitzMuseum where every day we commemorate the victims & educate about the t… https://t.co/A8Mwm49Keg
Retweeted by Andrew NeilSystemic racism in schools? I don't think so, writes Toby Young https://t.co/kC4a6Dd3SW
Retweeted by Andrew NeilWhat will you be doing next Sunday at 8pm? If you live north of the border, the ideologically correct answer is cla… https://t.co/ZvYbkvg339
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe Spectator Success Story — 192 years young and still adding readers and subscribers at a record rate. https://t.co/9rgudMzzgTIt now seems likely that interest rates will stay low for at least another decade and impaired job prospects in the… https://t.co/cCCdG2FjOa
Retweeted by Andrew NeilCockburn recently asked a source close to Stone if Trump was about to grant clemency. ‘The only thing predictable a… https://t.co/5DBDhTQE92
Retweeted by Andrew NeilA new atmosphere of moral rectitude has taken hold, and anyone who makes a tactless or unwelcome statement about ra… https://t.co/rtyIwUTjp5
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7/11
2020
He was paid nothing. It was a huge mistake ever to have used him. To help atone I sent my finest feature writer to… https://t.co/MEqArAdhzoWe’re looking into it. Meanwhile Spectator Sounds has some great podcasts! https://t.co/87Ei6UFVJ6Live now on Times Radio!How could you miss this?! https://t.co/jTR14uhKwhReturn of the Old Firm. Times Radio 7pm tonight. https://t.co/IHrbBcVgfyI managed that without his help. https://t.co/KC7EUJffUGOh yes he did! https://t.co/59veFrgQUpI’d forgotten about this. Seems a long time ago. But happy memories. https://t.co/1h21xAqIhiHe tried — and failed — to cancel my BBC career several times. https://t.co/XjvmoSlbsADear Mary: How can I leave a boring WhatsApp group without upsetting anyone? https://t.co/zOcLz9mpLu
Retweeted by Andrew Neil‘We’re waiting for Waiting for Godot.’ https://t.co/J31hK3oRSc
Retweeted by Andrew NeilI thought Little Britain had been cancelled. https://t.co/zFvNur3HbXSpectator USA: Can Biden avoid the debates https://t.co/wblsgw8eIIWhen is a democracy not a democracy, asks Rod Liddle https://t.co/mwOXZH1kn5
Retweeted by Andrew NeilMeet the spies vying for James Bond's crown - from spy thriller TENET to the Kingsmen prequel. https://t.co/OztnPn0ggg
Retweeted by Andrew NeilIndeed. https://t.co/7Hq02ESOcBHilarious report on Today. Reporters on ground keeps saying Brits are very welcome in Spain and no evidence to sugg… https://t.co/eY1MAchdB8
Retweeted by Andrew NeilTowards an ethical foreign policy: leading article in the new Spectator https://t.co/vMut81EhYp
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7/10
2020
This young woman is SO impressive. https://t.co/kGK9w3yvjV"Who are these people, and why do they suddenly care? To call them dispassionate observers acting out of high moral… https://t.co/GSEc3Lq258
Retweeted by Andrew NeilGovernment wants to move the country to a zonal planning system https://t.co/8XNbAjhE8X
Retweeted by Andrew NeilPlenty of film makers have tried, and failed, to create rivals to James Bond. Stephen Arnell take a look at some of… https://t.co/XAqagZgSlC
Retweeted by Andrew Neil @dudesweet @afneil Some people say the opposite
Retweeted by Andrew NeilIs Boris brave enough to stand up to the Nimbys, asks James Forsyth https://t.co/ASyMJTm79s
Retweeted by Andrew NeilEvery generation, and individual, has to rediscover the arguments for free speech for themselves, writes Douglas Mu… https://t.co/newBNoGsHt
Retweeted by Andrew NeilSign up for new event: @Freddygray31 talks to Thomas Frank about his new book The People, No: A Brief History of An… https://t.co/3d2JZc2Dwo
Retweeted by Andrew NeilThe speech is free. The subscription is just $1 a week. Sign up now: https://t.co/XK72HVySB7
Retweeted by Andrew NeilMajor planning reform coming, it’ll be by far the government’s most significant supply-side reform https://t.co/8XNbAjhE8X
Retweeted by Andrew NeilMuch good it did the Pm ! https://t.co/21pxmMl5mKBut, and I may have missed this, you were never foreign secretary. Let’s just agree it was a strange lacunae — neit… https://t.co/3QMzDMlOYpAmerica wanted that too and it needed its support. Admit it — you’re embarrassed! They even fought with us in Iraq… https://t.co/utq0HMNANUBut no Labour foreign secretary could be bothered to visit Australia for 13 years. One of our most important allies… https://t.co/OkDoXoiRaO
7/9
2020

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