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By Bones McCoy
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Allegations that Toby has culled his 2020 back catalogue.
Some say "curated".

https://twitter.com/search?q=Toby&src=t ... cal=trends

Or
https://twitter.com/search?q=Toby%20You ... yped_query

Or

By mattomac
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I always remember he got his dream job he always wanted as a member of the Office for Students board, which he wasn’t qualified for in anyway, this was at the same time they hadn’t thought a student would be a good person to have on it.

Anyhow he was removed from that for being a nasty shit, cue the howls of derision, a man who wasn’t qualified for a job was removed due to people pointing out his unsuitability for the role, as for his life time dream being “cruelly” taken away, it had existed for all of 6 months.

I suppose he could have been one of those right wing twats that run for NUS president who always win the votes of Cambridge and speak against a motion on tackling racism at NUS conference by using big words and not much else.
 
By Oblomov
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Has The Torygraph taken him back? If so, it's little more than a tabloid stretched out to have bigger advertising space.
 
By Boiler
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https://zelo-street.blogspot.com/2021/0 ... peted.html
So has The Great Man shown a hint of contrition over peddling misinformation to the masses? As if you need to ask. Tobes has, not for the first time, decided instead to play the victim. After Tory MP Neil O’Brien called him out, Tobes whined “A Conservative MP should not be urging media companies to suppress one side in that debate, particularly as the 2019 Conservative manifesto reaffirmed the party's commitment to free speech”.
 
By Boiler
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-55676037
The ruling concluded that the paper had breached accuracy standards on a topic of "public importance", but deemed a correction an appropriate sanction, given the level of "significant scientific uncertainty" at the time of publication.
By mattomac
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Boiler wrote:
Fri Jan 15, 2021 8:01 pm
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-55676037
The ruling concluded that the paper had breached accuracy standards on a topic of "public importance", but deemed a correction an appropriate sanction, given the level of "significant scientific uncertainty" at the time of publication.
As I would say Lolzlana.
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