Mrs May is right to ignore the hysteria

January 2017
Daily Mail;1/31/2017, p16
FOR the Twitter-obsessed, virtuesignalling student union politicians running today's Labour Party, the row over President Trump's ban on citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries was too good an opportunity to pass up.


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