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Andrew Adonis, Labour's former Transport Secretary

Women would find grossly insulting the idea that they would be herded into separate carriages when the point at issue is a very tiny number of men who don't behave properly.
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James Delingpole, Columnist

disagrees Carbon Tax
By taxing carbon dioxide (the harmless trace gas which makes the planet greener), the US government would be signalling to the world that it still believes in the man-made global warming narrative. This, in turn, would keep alive the crony-capitalist “renewables” industry in which Paulson, Steyer, Bloomberg and their friends are so heavily invested.
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Daniel C. Dennett, Philosopher and Austin B. Fletcher Professor of Philosophy

The real danger, then, is not machines that are more intelligent than we are usurping our role as captains of our destinies. The real danger is basically clueless machines being cededauthority far beyond their competence.
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Michael Ancram, Former chairman and deputy leader of the Conservative Party and shadow foreign secretary

agrees Brexit
Ever since we were first conned into voting for the EU by Harold Wilson, the steady pursuit of and progress towards ever-closer union …. has meant a grinding erosion of our hard-won freedoms and rights.
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Robert Salisbury, British Conservative politician. Former Leader of the House of Lords

agrees Brexit
Brussels and its institutions are an 'ancien regime' as incapable of adapting to the demands of a world in turmoil … if we vote to stay the EU will exact a terrible revenge for our bloody-mindedness.
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Roger Bootle, Executive chairman, Capital Economics

agrees Brexit
If leaving the EU is a leap in the dark, then staying in is a leap in the dark with both legs shackled together and our arms tied behind our back.
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Louise Mensch, Author and former conservative MP

agrees Brexit
Every week Britain sends half the budget for our schools to Brussels. £350m.
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Dominic Lawson, English journalist

agrees Brexit
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James Delingpole, English writer

agrees Brexit
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James Gray, British politician

agrees Brexit
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Crispin Odey, Businessperson

agrees Brexit
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John Gurdon, Developmental biologist

disagrees Brexit
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Richard Curtis, Screenwriter from new zealand

disagrees Brexit
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Clare Grey, British chemist

disagrees Brexit
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Ferdinand Mount, British writer

disagrees Brexit
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Nigel Huddleston, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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Chris Skidmore, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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Richard Graham, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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Alan Clark, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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Nigel Lawson, Conservative politician and journalist. ex MP. Served in the Thatcher Cabinet.

agrees Brexit
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Stuart Wheeler, Businessman and politician. Former UKIP treasurer.

agrees Brexit
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Rosa Brooks, American legal academic

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Louise Mensch, Author and former conservative MP

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