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Lists are used on Wikispooks.

 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Ambassador
BBC/100 Women/2021The 100 women recognised by the BBC in 2021.
BBC/PeopleThe people that work at the BBC
COVID Recovery GroupTory MPs who oppose lockdown measures for England during the COVID-19 pandemic, including those who voted against the restrictions.
COVID-19/Vaccine/AuthorisationNot all vaccines were authorized in all countries.
Clinton body countA variety of lists showing a large number of persons who have met their demise in suspicious circumstances, often execution-style, who appear to have some connection to the Clintons.
Donald Trump/Conspiracy theoriesWikipedia has an article listing all the "conspiracy theories" promoted by Donald Trump.
FTSE 100 IndexA capitalisation-weighted index.
FTSE 250 IndexA capitalisation-weighted index.
Guest list
Jeffrey Epstein/Black bookA list of contacts of Epstein. Many famous people. Nobody tried to investigate why, only cherry picked names and every confronted individual denied the book to mean anything other than a paper contact list, which doesn't seem plausible. Why some are still omitted is also not clear.
Labour Next Generation/2021 and 2022"The Next Generation Programme offers ambitious and talented councillors an unparalleled political development opportunity"
Labour Party/Future Candidates Programme/2021 to 2022List of people longlisted for Labour candidacy for public office in 2021 and 2022. Described as Keir Starmer’s Patsy Pipeline.<a href="#cite_note-1">[1]</a>
Netherlands/Deep state/Premature death
Snopes/Field Guide to Fake News Sites and Hoax Purveyors
Website list
Wikipedia/List of COVID-19 conspiracy theoristsThe people and groups that Wikipedia consider COVID-19 conspiracy theorists.


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