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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest
Brexit Party Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Epping Forest, CEO UV Group Plc, British Army Veteran, Team UK OCR (Obstacle Course Racing) & Dog Lover.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest 3h
In 2017 we elected a Conservative Government and Labour Opposition that promised in their manifestos to honour the result of the referendum. They were not elected to delay, block or cancel Brexit, have ignored the will of the people, refused a GE & denied democracy.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest 18h
You’re in the minority then. That surrender treaty is so bad it failed 3 times to get through Parliament. Both Remainers and Leavers know how bad it is. The only MPs who voted for it had jobs in the Government and didn’t want to lose them or the whip.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest 18h
49% of the 78% that gave a yes or no answer = 62.8% that wanted to leave without an extension ........ that’s more than the 52% that voted leave in 2016. I guess you struggled to accept it then and still do.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest 19h
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The Brexit Party in Epping Forest is holding a meeting at the Forest Gate Inn, Theydon Road, Epping, at 7.30pm on Thursday with prospective candidate . There will be a discussion on local issues. Brexit Party and Leave supporters are invited.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 17
49% yes versus 29% no is 62.8% and a large majority for not wanting to extend Brexit ! I guess the answer doesn’t suit you again.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 17
That’s my feedback from the street but ComRes can confirm it on a National level
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 16
It’s 1181 days since the UK voted to leave the EU. The British people have had enough and a large majority just want to get on with it and leave on the 31st October.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 16
Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel brutalizes the UK & Boris Johnson at todays EU talks. Why do we have to put up with this embarrassing mistreatment from the EU’s top net recipient per head ! Who thinks it’s time to walk away ?
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 16
Shout out to Brexit Party Epping Forest supporters and Leave voters. Please join us Thursday evening for a Brexit update and forum to discuss our local policy targets. Contact us at for more details.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 16
Great article 🎯 Definitely worth a read and retweet
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Replying to @murphmoo
PS I hope it is a smokescreen for a clean Brexit 31 Oct ...... would be a great Halloween Party and (apart from & )
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Replying to @murphmoo
And if you’re wrong and Boris Johnson who voted for the WA the 3rd time wants BRINO ?
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Replying to @AaronDHudson
Don’t think they’re going to do very well in N. Devon after their PPC accused her constituents of supporting Leave because they’re white and don’t get out much !
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Well said , have had the same experience over the last 3 weeks at our street stalls in Epping, Waltham Abbey & Loughton. If it’s not for democracy they’ve just had enough and want us to get on with leaving.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Yet to be determined, the EU countries don’t want to lose them and it makes financial sense for the UK Gov to agree something on healthcare. The specific Gov dept will have more info on this than us, maybe it’s just a negotiating position.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Currently the UK pays foreign EU nations for ex pat pensioner’s health care. The UK Gov has not agreed to continue doing this after Brexit but individual countries have said they will continue if the UK reciprocates. It needs further negotiation. Many have private healthcare.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
The establishment is not beaten yet Mr. Banks. The Brexit Party will keep fighting to 1. Get us out of the EU 2. &
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
Where are your facts. I already stated mine showing the 4% increase in wages in the last year is directly related to less unskilled migration. Control of our borders is absolutely nothing to do with race. It’s about a better wage for the people in this country that deserve it.
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Darren Selkus Brexit Party PPC Epping Forest Sep 15
That’s because there’s an unlimited supply of EU migrant workers willing to work at minimum wage. Since the referendum there’s been a 70% drop in EU net migration and wages have risen 4% in the last year. Control of our borders is about raising wages to help the many.
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