Then there is this more in depth analysis on Twitter by someone who appears to know his onions regarding Broadband services and the implications:
1/ Hello, Internet greybeard here. I don't normally do party politics on twitter but @johnmcdonnellMP@UKLabour Internet policy announced yesterday is an interesting industry development that needs comment.
.@XRebellionUK are holding sites across Westminster. Their overnight rebels need hot water, ready-to-eat vegan food, tents, sleeping gear and warm clothes. Please help them. Many are preparing to go on hunger strike so they need some food now. @XRLondonhttps://t.co/TT6DQH2cub
I just saw a creepy hidden gem of a film. Currently on iPlayer (but not for much longer) and Amazon: The Borderlands
It’s a ‘found footage’ but head and shoulders above most of the genre. Has a few cheap scares but is mostly about a slow ratcheting up of the tension and dread. You don’t know exactly where it is going until the final gut-punch reveal, which is now playing on my mind and robbing me of sleep (hence why I am posting at 2:45am). After watching I found Mark Kermode's review, he said he almost had to leave because it was too much and he’s a horror veteran.
Given the nature of Labour’s Euro-fanatic candidates list and the crucial juncture we have reached in the fight for the full implementation of the #Brexit referendum result and for one-time only I will be supporting @Nigel_Farage in next months elections. @TheBrexitPartly