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Glenn Campbell
Chief political correspondent, BBC Scotland News - Holyrood, Westminster & westerin’ home to Islay
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Glenn Campbell 2h
Replying to @ajjenkins @5_News @itn
Well done Alan - congratulations.
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Glenn Campbell 14h
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Glenn Campbell 16h
Former foreign office minister calls for free votes on options and for govt to “adopt any feasible outcome”
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Glenn Campbell 16h
I wonder if can get a refund on the no deal freezers he ordered
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Brexit: How did my MP vote on taking control? - BBC News
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Here is the Letwin amendment...
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @GlennBBC
Government not happy...
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @PM4EastRen
The only Scottish Tory to defy the whip — Paul Masterton (who previously quit as govt aide at Home Office having voted to rule out no deal)
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Foreign office minister and health minister Steven have also quit their govt jobs — having voted for indicative votes against govt
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @theresa_may
Earlier said she was sceptical about indicative votes, thought they set a dangerous precedent and would not be bound by the outcome
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Big moment - parliament is taking control of (as best it can)
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Business minister quits accusing give of “playing roulette with lives and livelihoods”
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @GlennBBC
Parliament has previously come within 2 votes of backing a similar proposal - that was before EU summit and terms of extension set
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @Richard4Watford
Govt is against parliament taking control in this way which is presumably why Harrington has quit as business minister
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
MPs are voting on the Letwin amendment which would allow parliament to have indicative votes on options on Wednesday
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Never mind hard and soft , now that departure’s delayed, there’s now fast (by 22 May) and slow (longer) too
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katya adler Mar 25
With new cut-off date set at 12 April, EU leaders thinking about possible Brexit summit a couple of days before /1
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Nick Eardley Mar 25
No 10 says PM has not taken no deal off the table - but thinks Parliament will take every opportunity to stop it
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Glenn Campbell Mar 25
Replying to @GlennBBC
PM has confirmed exit date change in UK law will come before Commons as Statutory instrument on Wednesday
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