Bev Turner Today | Thursday 24th November

Bev turner today | thursday 24th november

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Bev Turner Today | Thursday 24th November” – below is their description.

Straight-talking Bev Turner is joined by a panel of opinionated guests for sharp, fearless and frank debate, with a fresh take on all the day’s big stories.

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1 thought on “Bev Turner Today | Thursday 24th November”

  1. Dear Bev,thanks for your good work regarding the Covid vaccine cover up. This is my idea to solve the migrant accommodation problem and shortage of labour.Shut down 80% ofour Universities which leave young people with worthless degrees and a load of debt.Then house the migrants in them.The ex-students can then be employed in useful jobs thus negating the need for foreign workers.It’s a win.win.

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