Forty-eight hours off Twitter for a good cause… #NoSafeSpaceForJewHate

Like many people, Liberal Democrat Voice will be maintaining a Twitter silence for forty-eight hours, starting at 9 a.m. this morning, to protest Twitter’s abject failure to address the issues surrounding anti-Jewish material posted seemingly without consequence.

We won’t be silent otherwise, so for the usual selection of news and opinion, do drop in from time to time, and we’ll aim to keep our readers engaged.

And, if you’re on Twitter, why not join us? The more participants, the more pressure on Twitter to act…

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  • Call me a dinosaur if you like but I can read and hear enough garbage on the radio, tv,newspaper and my tablet to keep my blood pressure up without the social media sites, I know I will have to forgo all my followers and friends but hey ho!

  • John Marriott 27th Jul '20 - 7:23pm

    I’m proud to say that I have never done Facebook or Twitter. Didn’t David Cameron say something like “Twitter is for t….s”?

  • It’s sad that “social media” outlets have become platforms for so much anti-social behaviour

  • Lorenzo Cherin 28th Jul '20 - 12:30pm

    Admirable on the decision to do this, by our party, and individuals. I am not on twitter but urge others to join in this protest, as have our contenders , Layla, Ed.

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