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Glenn Campbell
Chief political correspondent, BBC Scotland News - Holyrood, Westminster and westerin’ home to Islay
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What Scotland Thinks 15h
New poll for on possible implications of for levels of support for independence vs staying in the UK.
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Glenn Campbell Dec 8
...which would still have to pick an option.
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Glenn Campbell Dec 8
Replying to @notoriousbigip
Norway didn’t say that. A Norwegian MP did. The Scottish govt has been promoting Norway plus customs union for 2 years and continues to do so, unless Brexit can be stopped. Here’s what Norway’s PM has said...
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Glenn Campbell Dec 8
So, it’s now May’s deal, no deal, no or a “plausible” alternative...
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BBC Question Time Dec 7
We are delighted to welcome Fiona Bruce as the new presenter of Question Time. Join us on the 10th of January on as Fiona presents the first Question Time of 2019.
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Glenn Campbell Dec 7
SNP amendment to extend negotiating period with EU under Article 50 ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Glenn Campbell Dec 7
UKIP Scotland MEP and leader ⁦⁩ quits party over anti-Islam agenda and rise of English nationalism
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Glenn Campbell Dec 7
Scotland no longer has any elected politicians, as quits party
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Glenn Campbell Dec 7
No change to this ⁦ vote 🗳 tally except that ⁦⁩ tells ⁩ he’s decided but won’t declare till Monday
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
Labour leader keeping open the option of another referendum if deal voted down by MPs and no general election 🗳 from op/ed
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
Replying to @GlennBBC
SNP, Scottish Labour and Scot LDs expect all their MPs to vote against but you never know...
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
The undecideds (or at least undeclared) are and Alister Jack
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
With now backing the PM’s deal, that’s 7 MPs voting FOR (or minded to), 1 AGAINST and 5 including swithering
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Faisal Islam Dec 6
Someone’s ordered a jumbo Christmas tree that is so massive that half the broadcast positions in Downing Street won’t have any view of the Number 10 door. Which will only matter in the blisteringly unlikely event of a major political crisis here in the next fortnight...
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
And TV and radio producers wonder why it’s difficult to be brief...
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
In these circumstances, backstop would get UK out of common fisheries policy by end 2020 as promised, extending transition would not
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
Replying to @GlennBBC
It is also possible that parliament tries to agree an alternative form of Brexit and asks the government to seek an extension to Article 50 negotiating period, to allow time to try to achieve different deal
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
In Scotland, stresses no deal as default if PM’s deal rejected. Across UK, says it’s her deal, no deal or no Brexit 📻
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
PM says she is exploring what role parliament could have in deciding between backstop and extending transition, in the event the UK and EU don’t agree future relationship before end 2020
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Glenn Campbell Dec 6
EU judges will give their decision on whether or not UK can cancel the day before UK parliament votes on withdrawal deal
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