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Chris Matthews Oct 21
Replying to @F_Gardiner1 @ReadingFC
CozWedon't own any strikers&the defence is falling apart....if Tevreden doesn't bring in a forward in Jan, he might be worried about his job
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Chris Matthews Oct 20
? Home office declines to comment on Trump comments
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Chris Matthews Oct 19
Reading through a satirical article I wrote after 2015 election, mumbling "Am I prophet?"
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Chris Matthews Oct 14
Replying to @Chrisgunter16
Great performance as ever. Forever loyal. Forever Royal
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Chris Matthews Oct 14
Great win for did give Tom Daley a run for his money in last few mins. URZZZ 🔵⚪️🔵⚪️
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Chris Matthews Oct 13
Replying to @jcurtisart
Loves these! :)
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @GLupton
Ah okay. I suppose it doesn't matter that the leader of our country wouldn't commit her vote to her own deal. Oh well. Poor Theresa. :(
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
How can you know if MPs are voting to block Brexit or simply voting in their constituents' best interests against a poor deal?
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
That's exactly what this is about: the right to vote against a rubbish deal for the benefit of their constituents if they think it best.
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
The idea that MPs might vote against the deal could pressure the Tories into making a better deal
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
An MP is a formally elected person who is elected to serve his constituents in Parliament. They are elected representatives.
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @WestmonsterUK
Ah but you see, we live in parliamentary democracy, so they do have the right
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
If we believe in parliamentary democracy and a good Brexit deal for Britain, it's necessary that MPs can vote against final deal
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
Indeed, the uncertainty has crushed the £. We need certainty. But for a good deal 2b made, it might help 4 there 2b pressure from other MPs
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
MPs who make the deal will vote for it, if THEY didn't it would be political suicide. But other MPs have the right to vote for their ppl(2/2
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
But they represent more people than those who voted in the referendum. (1/2)
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
True, but shouldn't MPs vote for what they believe is best for their constituents? Some constituents will be undoubtedly worse off out of EU
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @jonathanl50
If a striker (or two, 2b hopeful) isn't bought in January does Stam think ppl will question Brian Tevreden and the stability of his job?
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Chris Matthews Oct 12
Replying to @EdwardHoward11
Do remember that any referendum is a failure of parliamentary democracy. We vote MPs in so they can make decisions for us...
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Chris Matthews Oct 10
Replying to @GLupton
I'm sorry. She wants to keep her job, right? If she's not "convinced" HER Brexit is worth HER OWN vote, she won't have that job for long!
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