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Subreddit Stats: Top posts and comments from 2019-12-13 to 2019-12-20

Period: 6.99 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 79776
Rate (per day) 142.85 11241.26
Unique Redditors 475 9266
Combined Score 90432 445956

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 4751 points, 5 submissions: Lolastic_
    1. Three-quarters of Labour members want party to back proportional representation (3265 points, 1488 comments)
    2. Sturgeon: Scotland 'cannot be imprisoned' in UK (1047 points, 1538 comments)
    3. 'Absolutely' no prospect of second referendum on Scottish independence, says Michael Gove (350 points, 600 comments)
    4. Tories raised three times more in big donations than Labour during election campaign (89 points, 29 comments)
    5. Boris Johnson accused of 'chaotic free-for-all' on workers' rights over new plans to let courts overrule EU law (0 points, 12 comments)
  2. 3939 points, 27 submissions: CaravanOfDeath
    1. Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week (1664 points, 908 comments)
    2. Nicholas Watt: Jeremy Corbyn confirms Lab will vote against brexit bill on Friday: ‘...by putting an impossible timetable for a good deal with the EU, Boris Johnson has already shown that his priority is a toxic deal with Donald Trump that will sell out our NHS and risk the safety of our food.’ (1282 points, 881 comments)
    3. Tory politician makes history as the first openly gay Muslim MP to be elected in the world (160 points, 207 comments)
    4. Election Maps: Electoral Calculus Projection of GE2019 Results on Proposed new seat boundaries: CON: 352 LAB: 174 SNP: 47 LDM: 7 DUP: 7 SF: 7 PLC: 2 SDLP: 2 ALL: 1 - CON majority of 104. (147 points, 229 comments)
    5. Labour grandees including Alastair Campbell plan to flood the party with 100,000 moderate members to wrestle back control from Corbyistas (114 points, 320 comments)
    6. Either we ditch the Momentum cult - or Labour becomes a cult itself, says former Home Secretary Alan Johnson (106 points, 362 comments)
    7. Brexit Bill set to drop vows on workers' rights - but Tories claim it'll be fine (80 points, 56 comments)
    8. Jim Pickard: John McDonnell has told shadow cabinet colleagues to stop asking him "are you alright?", telling them: "Normally when a socialist revolution fails they all get taken to a football stadium and shot, at least that hasn’t happened this time.” (80 points, 38 comments)
    9. Jeremy Corbyn faces tirade from defeated Labour MP Mary Creagh. Mary Creagh, who lost her seat after 14 years as a Labour MP, told Jeremy Corbyn to stop taking selfies with young people at Westminster as he had “betrayed their future” (65 points, 216 comments)
    10. Government confirms commitment to preventing public institutions setting up their own international boycotts. A commitment to prevent public institutions from imposing their own international boycotts has been confirmed alongside the Queen’s Speech (40 points, 63 comments)
  3. 3137 points, 17 submissions: everydaylauren
    1. More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds (1411 points, 467 comments)
    2. Sterling loses all gains from before GE poll day vs $ and Euro as PM decides to legislate against his Government’s room for manoeuvre on extending UK-EU trade talks beyond next year, as an attempt to leverage a quick deal, raising chance of WTO terms in a year (611 points, 392 comments)
    3. No home for 280,000 on Christmas Day in England, figures show (602 points, 414 comments)
    4. UK factories suffer worst quarter since 2009 (111 points, 58 comments)
    5. Thousands of nurses from the Royal College of Nursing in Northern Ireland stage 12-hour strike (70 points, 33 comments)
    6. Carmakers suffer Brexit dent thanks to shutdowns (61 points, 13 comments)
    7. Scotland's right to choose: putting Scotland's future in Scotland's hands - The Scottish Government's case for giving the people of Scotland the right to choose their constitutional future (50 points, 145 comments)
    8. Queen’s Speech bill by bill: what exactly is the government planning? (49 points, 76 comments)
    9. Andrew Bailey to succeed Mark Carney as Bank of England governor (48 points, 31 comments)
    10. UK house prices: Growth slows to seven-year low (38 points, 65 comments)
  4. 2718 points, 1 submission: cirrus-clouds
    1. Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much" (2718 points, 1728 comments)
  5. 2658 points, 2 submissions: ewenmax
    1. Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street. (2561 points, 2027 comments)
    2. "I don't think that it was the Conservatives that massively lost Scotland, just that Ruth Davidson massively won it." (97 points, 100 comments)
  6. 2333 points, 1 submission: YerArsesOotTheWindae
    1. Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year (2333 points, 161 comments)
  7. 2213 points, 1 submission: jiggjuggjogg
    1. As a Scottish person, I finally understand Brexit. (2213 points, 1571 comments)
  8. 2075 points, 24 submissions: chrisjd
    1. Woman dies after waiting for ambulance in freezing cold for six hours (584 points, 378 comments)
    2. UPDATED: Starmer surges in the Corbyn successor betting while Long-Bailey drops sharply (341 points, 626 comments)
    3. Labour membership jumps by 20k in less than 4 days (223 points, 289 comments)
    4. If Labour wants power it needs to embrace electoral reform (161 points, 122 comments)
    5. Anti-Islam activist ‘Tommy Robinson’ announces he's joined the Tories (133 points, 80 comments)
    6. Number of far-right referrals to counter-extremism programme hits record high (125 points, 82 comments)
    7. From our Times Labour party members poll in July. Proportion who think x would hake a good leader of the Labour party: Keir Starmer - 68% John McDonnell - 64% Emily Thornberry - 59% Angela Rayner - 41% Tom Watson - 37% RLB - 34% Jess Phillips - 33% Laura Pidcock - 31% (107 points, 208 comments)
    8. Tory who warned of Muslim conspiracy to make people transgender elected to Parliament (103 points, 45 comments)
    9. Number of people with physical ill health or disability experiencing homelessness rises by 53% - Crisis response (75 points, 11 comments)
    10. UK to investigate ‘far-left websites’ for ‘antisemitism’ (37 points, 47 comments)
  9. 1992 points, 5 submissions: BenV94
    1. A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo (1773 points, 692 comments)
    2. Book from 1994; 3 years later Labour went on to win a landslide victory (70 points, 73 comments)
    3. Labour MP Rachael Maskell appears to confirm Clive Lewis will run for Labour leader - says she'll be sporting his campaign. (63 points, 50 comments)
    4. Former Redcar Labour MP Anna Turley wins libel case against Unite & Sqwawkbox (48 points, 27 comments)
    5. Gloria De Piero (former Labour MP) on regrets on not voting for May's deal. (38 points, 40 comments)
  10. 1838 points, 1 submission: roamingandy
    1. [Discussion] When was the last time that a PM was not backed by Rupert Murdoch and his media? We've had decades of hand picked PMs and yet everyone here is flipping out that Labour lost. Nothing changed. Murdoch did his thing and we do not live in a free democracy. (1838 points, 619 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. FamousCloud7 (3255 points, 534 comments)
  2. chrisjd (2113 points, 263 comments)
  3. Halk (1862 points, 268 comments)
  4. ITried2 (1691 points, 223 comments)
  5. Artificial-Brain (1625 points, 7 comments)
  6. SuperCorbynite (1557 points, 163 comments)
  7. Pauln512 (1480 points, 164 comments)
  8. everydaylauren (1452 points, 28 comments)
  9. Codimus123 (1338 points, 159 comments)
  10. DaveChild (1272 points, 246 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Three-quarters of Labour members want party to back proportional representation by Lolastic_ (3265 points, 1488 comments)
  2. Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much" by cirrus-clouds (2718 points, 1728 comments)
  3. Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street. by ewenmax (2561 points, 2027 comments)
  4. Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year by YerArsesOotTheWindae (2333 points, 161 comments)
  5. As a Scottish person, I finally understand Brexit. by jiggjuggjogg (2213 points, 1571 comments)
  6. [Discussion] When was the last time that a PM was not backed by Rupert Murdoch and his media? We've had decades of hand picked PMs and yet everyone here is flipping out that Labour lost. Nothing changed. Murdoch did his thing and we do not live in a free democracy. by roamingandy (1838 points, 619 comments)
  7. A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo by BenV94 (1773 points, 692 comments)
  8. Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week by CaravanOfDeath (1664 points, 908 comments)
  9. Whichever party wins UK general elections, one thing in British politics stays the same by rose98734 (1567 points, 868 comments)
  10. More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds by everydaylauren (1411 points, 467 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1445 points: Artificial-Brain's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
  2. 954 points: ruffianrevolution's comment in Whichever party wins UK general elections, one thing in British politics stays the same
  3. 828 points: Prometheus38's comment in Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year
  4. 813 points: DeusBex's comment in Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week
  5. 778 points: ewenmax's comment in Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street.
  6. 742 points: Dead_Ghost's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
  7. 721 points: disegni's comment in A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo
  8. 720 points: SympatheticGuy's comment in More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds
  9. 620 points: JoelMahon's comment in Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street.
  10. 609 points: WelshBugger's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
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Subreddit Stats: ukpolitics top posts from 2019-12-13 to 2019-12-20 16:00 PDT

Period: 6.99 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 79776
Rate (per day) 142.85 11241.26
Unique Redditors 475 9266
Combined Score 90432 445956

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 4751 points, 5 submissions: Lolastic_
    1. Three-quarters of Labour members want party to back proportional representation (3265 points, 1488 comments)
    2. Sturgeon: Scotland 'cannot be imprisoned' in UK (1047 points, 1538 comments)
    3. 'Absolutely' no prospect of second referendum on Scottish independence, says Michael Gove (350 points, 600 comments)
    4. Tories raised three times more in big donations than Labour during election campaign (89 points, 29 comments)
    5. Boris Johnson accused of 'chaotic free-for-all' on workers' rights over new plans to let courts overrule EU law (0 points, 12 comments)
  2. 3939 points, 27 submissions: CaravanOfDeath
    1. Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week (1664 points, 908 comments)
    2. Nicholas Watt: Jeremy Corbyn confirms Lab will vote against brexit bill on Friday: ‘...by putting an impossible timetable for a good deal with the EU, Boris Johnson has already shown that his priority is a toxic deal with Donald Trump that will sell out our NHS and risk the safety of our food.’ (1282 points, 881 comments)
    3. Tory politician makes history as the first openly gay Muslim MP to be elected in the world (160 points, 207 comments)
    4. Election Maps: Electoral Calculus Projection of GE2019 Results on Proposed new seat boundaries: CON: 352 LAB: 174 SNP: 47 LDM: 7 DUP: 7 SF: 7 PLC: 2 SDLP: 2 ALL: 1 - CON majority of 104. (147 points, 229 comments)
    5. Labour grandees including Alastair Campbell plan to flood the party with 100,000 moderate members to wrestle back control from Corbyistas (114 points, 320 comments)
    6. Either we ditch the Momentum cult - or Labour becomes a cult itself, says former Home Secretary Alan Johnson (106 points, 362 comments)
    7. Brexit Bill set to drop vows on workers' rights - but Tories claim it'll be fine (80 points, 56 comments)
    8. Jim Pickard: John McDonnell has told shadow cabinet colleagues to stop asking him "are you alright?", telling them: "Normally when a socialist revolution fails they all get taken to a football stadium and shot, at least that hasn’t happened this time.” (80 points, 38 comments)
    9. Jeremy Corbyn faces tirade from defeated Labour MP Mary Creagh. Mary Creagh, who lost her seat after 14 years as a Labour MP, told Jeremy Corbyn to stop taking selfies with young people at Westminster as he had “betrayed their future” (65 points, 216 comments)
    10. Government confirms commitment to preventing public institutions setting up their own international boycotts. A commitment to prevent public institutions from imposing their own international boycotts has been confirmed alongside the Queen’s Speech (40 points, 63 comments)
  3. 3137 points, 17 submissions: everydaylauren
    1. More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds (1411 points, 467 comments)
    2. Sterling loses all gains from before GE poll day vs $ and Euro as PM decides to legislate against his Government’s room for manoeuvre on extending UK-EU trade talks beyond next year, as an attempt to leverage a quick deal, raising chance of WTO terms in a year (611 points, 392 comments)
    3. No home for 280,000 on Christmas Day in England, figures show (602 points, 414 comments)
    4. UK factories suffer worst quarter since 2009 (111 points, 58 comments)
    5. Thousands of nurses from the Royal College of Nursing in Northern Ireland stage 12-hour strike (70 points, 33 comments)
    6. Carmakers suffer Brexit dent thanks to shutdowns (61 points, 13 comments)
    7. Scotland's right to choose: putting Scotland's future in Scotland's hands - The Scottish Government's case for giving the people of Scotland the right to choose their constitutional future (50 points, 145 comments)
    8. Queen’s Speech bill by bill: what exactly is the government planning? (49 points, 76 comments)
    9. Andrew Bailey to succeed Mark Carney as Bank of England governor (48 points, 31 comments)
    10. UK house prices: Growth slows to seven-year low (38 points, 65 comments)
  4. 2718 points, 1 submission: cirrus-clouds
    1. Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much" (2718 points, 1728 comments)
  5. 2658 points, 2 submissions: ewenmax
    1. Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street. (2561 points, 2027 comments)
    2. "I don't think that it was the Conservatives that massively lost Scotland, just that Ruth Davidson massively won it." (97 points, 100 comments)
  6. 2333 points, 1 submission: YerArsesOotTheWindae
    1. Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year (2333 points, 161 comments)
  7. 2213 points, 1 submission: jiggjuggjogg
    1. As a Scottish person, I finally understand Brexit. (2213 points, 1571 comments)
  8. 2075 points, 24 submissions: chrisjd
    1. Woman dies after waiting for ambulance in freezing cold for six hours (584 points, 378 comments)
    2. UPDATED: Starmer surges in the Corbyn successor betting while Long-Bailey drops sharply (341 points, 626 comments)
    3. Labour membership jumps by 20k in less than 4 days (223 points, 289 comments)
    4. If Labour wants power it needs to embrace electoral reform (161 points, 122 comments)
    5. Anti-Islam activist ‘Tommy Robinson’ announces he's joined the Tories (133 points, 80 comments)
    6. Number of far-right referrals to counter-extremism programme hits record high (125 points, 82 comments)
    7. From our Times Labour party members poll in July. Proportion who think x would hake a good leader of the Labour party: Keir Starmer - 68% John McDonnell - 64% Emily Thornberry - 59% Angela Rayner - 41% Tom Watson - 37% RLB - 34% Jess Phillips - 33% Laura Pidcock - 31% (107 points, 208 comments)
    8. Tory who warned of Muslim conspiracy to make people transgender elected to Parliament (103 points, 45 comments)
    9. Number of people with physical ill health or disability experiencing homelessness rises by 53% - Crisis response (75 points, 11 comments)
    10. UK to investigate ‘far-left websites’ for ‘antisemitism’ (37 points, 47 comments)
  9. 1992 points, 5 submissions: BenV94
    1. A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo (1773 points, 692 comments)
    2. Book from 1994; 3 years later Labour went on to win a landslide victory (70 points, 73 comments)
    3. Labour MP Rachael Maskell appears to confirm Clive Lewis will run for Labour leader - says she'll be sporting his campaign. (63 points, 50 comments)
    4. Former Redcar Labour MP Anna Turley wins libel case against Unite & Sqwawkbox (48 points, 27 comments)
    5. Gloria De Piero (former Labour MP) on regrets on not voting for May's deal. (38 points, 40 comments)
  10. 1838 points, 1 submission: roamingandy
    1. [Discussion] When was the last time that a PM was not backed by Rupert Murdoch and his media? We've had decades of hand picked PMs and yet everyone here is flipping out that Labour lost. Nothing changed. Murdoch did his thing and we do not live in a free democracy. (1838 points, 619 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. FamousCloud7 (3255 points, 534 comments)
  2. chrisjd (2113 points, 263 comments)
  3. Halk (1862 points, 268 comments)
  4. ITried2 (1691 points, 223 comments)
  5. Artificial-Brain (1625 points, 7 comments)
  6. SuperCorbynite (1557 points, 163 comments)
  7. Pauln512 (1480 points, 164 comments)
  8. everydaylauren (1452 points, 28 comments)
  9. Codimus123 (1338 points, 159 comments)
  10. DaveChild (1272 points, 246 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Three-quarters of Labour members want party to back proportional representation by Lolastic_ (3265 points, 1488 comments)
  2. Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much" by cirrus-clouds (2718 points, 1728 comments)
  3. Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street. by ewenmax (2561 points, 2027 comments)
  4. Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year by YerArsesOotTheWindae (2333 points, 161 comments)
  5. As a Scottish person, I finally understand Brexit. by jiggjuggjogg (2213 points, 1571 comments)
  6. [Discussion] When was the last time that a PM was not backed by Rupert Murdoch and his media? We've had decades of hand picked PMs and yet everyone here is flipping out that Labour lost. Nothing changed. Murdoch did his thing and we do not live in a free democracy. by roamingandy (1838 points, 619 comments)
  7. A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo by BenV94 (1773 points, 692 comments)
  8. Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week by CaravanOfDeath (1664 points, 908 comments)
  9. Whichever party wins UK general elections, one thing in British politics stays the same by rose98734 (1567 points, 868 comments)
  10. More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds by everydaylauren (1411 points, 467 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1445 points: Artificial-Brain's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
  2. 954 points: ruffianrevolution's comment in Whichever party wins UK general elections, one thing in British politics stays the same
  3. 828 points: Prometheus38's comment in Adam Boulton with the political quip of the year
  4. 813 points: DeusBex's comment in Stop Brexit man refuses to quit after Boris Johnson tells him 'put a sock in it'. Steve Bray may have won just 949 votes as the Lib Dem candidate for Cynon Valley - but despite being singled out for mockery by Boris Johnson, he and his megaphone are planning to return to Westminster this week
  5. 778 points: ewenmax's comment in Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street.
  6. 742 points: Dead_Ghost's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
  7. 721 points: disegni's comment in A low profile event; the Lib Dem parliamentary party group photo
  8. 720 points: SympatheticGuy's comment in More than 28% of England's secondary schools now in the red, study finds
  9. 620 points: JoelMahon's comment in Police block Buchanan Street, Glasgow as anti-Boris Johnson protesters increase the volume and march the entire length of the street.
  10. 609 points: WelshBugger's comment in Jeremy Corbyn's three sons pen a letter about their dad and his treatment in the media: "We've never seen a politician to be smeared and vilified so much"
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Public Warned Over Using Santander ATMs

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Public Warned Over Using Santander ATMs
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Public Warned Over Using Santander ATMs
The warning affects people in Lancashire and part of Cheshire, and there are fears the problem could be more widespread.
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