Mark Dolan: Liz Truss can defeat the toxic, divisive scourge of hard left wokeism

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‘Liz Truss can restore British values to our public institutions and defeat the toxic, divisive scourge of hard left wokeism.’

Mark Dolan calls on Liz Truss to ‘be more Thatcher’ as she gains momentum in the race for the Tory leadership.

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1 thought on “Mark Dolan: Liz Truss can defeat the toxic, divisive scourge of hard left wokeism”

  1. If Truss can be half the PM that Thatcher was I would be more than happy,more than ever we need a strong ,hard leader for this country it’s now ,we have deep problems here in UK,Johnson has led us down the path of nonsense,we need to get us back as world leaders in all we do

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