Twitter | Search | |
Conor Burns MP
Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West, (Constituency matters by email only)
6,118
Tweets
679
Following
18,405
Followers
Tweets
Conor Burns MP May 21
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 21
I voted for MV3 with a heavy heart as it offered the chance of a new approach and fresh start with a new PM. Having listened to PM today I will not vote for this Bill. A Customs Union and 2nd referendum defy the manifesto promises I made. The Bill should not be tabled at all.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 21
And so it comes to pass
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 21
Replying to @Macbeth20172
Abuse from someone with 3 followers is always fun
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 19
You cannot announce that you intend to vote for another party and retain the Conservative Whip. What remains of discipline needs to be enforced and Heseltine needs to have the Whip removed. Not that it will make any difference in the Lords.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 19
Assume everyone who voted Leave declined the invitation to come on today?
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 18
This is welcome common sense
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 16
Replying to @Telegraph @MrTCHarris
The people leading it?
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 10
This is from the Deputy Chairman of the Christchurch Conservative Association
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 8
Replying to @DaveGorman
Well I'm up for a coffee or a drink if you fancy it
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 7
I genuinely campaigned everywhere. Why don't we meet for a coffee and you can have a go at me about Brexit and I can try and persuade of my view (doubtless not successfully!) I've found out what happened to you November email btw
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 7
I'm sitting next to him in the chamber to support
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 7
I campaigned in Winton, Wallisdown, Redhill, Kinson, Central, Alderney, Talbot Woods and Branksome. And yes I did knock on doors in your road. I'm trying to find why you email wasn't replied to for which I apologise. But I'm afraid what you were told was not true
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 7
I think I can work out who knocked on your door easily if they said that! I can assure you I'm not told by anyone where to go. I knocked on doors randomly throughout the campaign
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 6
Err.....literally all over my constituency in the months leading to May 2nd.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 6
Brilliant performance by to win world championship. The combination of form and consistency promises a dominance of the game he has long been capable of.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 6
Asserting something does make it true
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 6
Enjoyed meeting residents and supporting the North Bournemouth Rotary Club in their Donkey Derby and Fair in Kinson this afternoon. They give so much support to good causes like and Home Start. Full turn out from newly elected Councillors.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 5
Replying to @SamGyimah
We could just try the one that was on the ballot paper. 'Leave the European Union'. I genuinely wonder what compromises Remainers would have fought for on behalf of Brexit supporters had the result gone the other way.
Reply Retweet Like
Conor Burns MP May 4
I'm afraid the description by of a Lab/Con Brexit deal as 'a coalition against the people' will resonate. Because it is fundamentally true. Anyone who thinks it is the answer hasn't been knocking on many doors in recent weeks.
Reply Retweet Like