Ellie Mae O'Hagan


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A quota system would redress the woeful under-representation of state-educated people in our establishment, and improve the quality of our government. British politics have seen many intriguing subplots in recent years, none more striking than the terrifying mediocrity of our establishment. Consider the facts: most commentators have been fantastically wrong about every major political event; we could end up with three prime ministers in the space of three years; and nobody thought it might be a good idea to put a plan in place in the event of Britain voting to leave the EU. And these are just the first things that spring to mind.feedback
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Aug 07 2017 British politics
We found 9 articles in which Ellie Mae O'Hagan said something. The most recent Ellie Mae O'Hagan’s quote is: “There are several theories as to why the prime minister is suddenly interested in cross-party ‘ideas’. None of them reflect well on her or her party• Ellie Mae O’Hagan is a freelance journalist. As a superficial and relentlessly idiotic 21-year-old, I decided to sunbathe at peak sunshine hours at the height of summer during a trip to Malawi. “I have such pale legs and they never burn!” I insouciantly declared to onlookers, a mere 12 hours before I began convulsing, shaking, sweating and finding myself unable to walk for three days. I might have called this the most foolhardy act of desperation I had ever known – until last night, when Theresa May trailed a speech in which she went cap in hand to the Labour party for “ideas””. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Ellie Mae O'Hagan 10 times. On this page, you will find all of Ellie Mae O'Hagan’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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