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Diane James
The EU allowing Spain to continue acting aggressively towards Catalonia is setting a very dangerous precedent for the other Member States.
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Aleix Pellicer #10-O Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
Thank you for supporting Diane. It's right that civil rights are being suppressed in order to prevent Catalans having a say about independ.
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BigOne Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
The catalonia people was oppressed by Hitler during WW2 & now by the Spanish gov. They r not even allowed to learn their own language
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Cuidadores Familiars Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
Yes!!!! We need S.O.S Democracy & humans rigths! Where are they?
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mini true Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
You don't have a fucking clue what you're talking about, Separatists are putting children in the front line, so just fuck off.
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Cuidadores Familiars Sep 28
We'd like that the only problem were the language, it's not the only and the principal problem
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mini true Sep 28
Your are aware Aleix that this support comes from the most fascist party in the UK, that wants Spanish including Catalans out of the UK?
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Jo sóc jo Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
Dear Mrs.James,thank you for your tweet which is the most real one that can reflect the future and the EU direction for the rest of citizens
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Aleix Pellicer #10-O Sep 28
I wasn't aware, but I tend to thank support regardless of who shows it.
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William Gould Sep 28
Disingenuous. No doubt your generosity re. National self determination extends to Scotland's right to break away from UK and remain in EU?
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William Gould Sep 28
Please be aware that Mrs. James is a member of a far right party and has no genuine interest in your national self determination
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Diane James Sep 28
I am not a member of any political party.
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Diane James Sep 28
Up to the Scots. Always support a democratic referendum. And respect the result.
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Diane James Sep 28
Not a member of any political party.
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William Gould Sep 28
Yes, an advisory referendum should be respected. I would be interested to read about your history of support for Catalonia's independence
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Delgado Rivera Sep 28
Replying to @DianeJamesMEP
Aggression is waged by radicals in Catalonia that don't respect the rule of law in . + please don't use RT footage to talk abt the EU
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Diane James Sep 28
An advisory referendum ratified by parliament - do keep up.
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Diane James Sep 28
I support Catalonia's right to have a vote on how they are governed without threats or coercion. Let the people decide. Democracy's great.
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Jo sóc jo Sep 28
I can acknowlege it and I have not mentioned my determination.As an Eurpean citizen I expressed my opinion about the tweet with respect.
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