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PETITION - Keep Swinson OUT of the Lords


Keep Jo Swinson from being given a Peerage.
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If Jo Swinson is given honors, it will be a scandal and ANOTHER Nail in the coffin for the House of Lords. Sign the petition

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  1. The stupid woman has done nothing to warrant this only open her Big mouth.

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  2. How does this woman earn the right to become entitled?

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  3. This Anti Democratic Traitor deserves NOTHING!!

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  4. how can she get a honour she has done nothing for this country only to try and keep us in eu because of here husbands company , she deserves nothing its a damm disgrace if she gets honour it will show that there is corruption in politics looking after there own and to hell with the people.

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  5. She shouldn't be given any honour as has shown she is anti-democratic because she said, if elected she would overturn leaving the EU even if the people had a second referendum and voted to leave.

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  6. It is unfortunate that we no longer have the stocks

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  7. House of Loons where FAILURES go to keep their noses in the trough.

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  8. I wouldn't give her the time of day never mind a peerage...BE SURE TO RESHARE THIS WITH AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE AND DO ASK EVERY ONE OF THEM TO BOTH SIGN AND RESHARE IT THEMSELVES IN EXACTLY THE SAME WAY

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  9. |This woman has done nothing to support the public in it for what she can get out of it . she has no place in the lords .Peerage ? I think not

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  10. Time the house of lords were gone..whats the use of it when its full of ex political bias of either side and they always vote with their own, they also have a vested interest in the way they vote because over half of them get E.U. pensions and money for consultancy for E.U. on top of the brilliant pay and pension they get for being in the lords, whether they are asleep, or just sign in and sit for ten mins. Rubbish Rip off , Swinson is the last person that should be in the Lords, what the heck has she done for the people of Britain to be honoured as a Lady in the Lords...sounds like ego stroking to me and perhaps even a bit of manipulation of votes in the Lords about Brexit in the coming year.

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  11. I heard her husband received cash from George Sorry alas Bill Gates. Do not encourage any more evil into this country. NO HONORS FOR WASTRELS.

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