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Jason Cowley
How the pied pipers of Brexit cheated the poor and how they might be stopped - excellent by Matthew Parris
Best to start with the obvious. Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Iain Duncan Smith, propped up by Nigel Farage, are not viable as a new British government. They just aren’t. Trust me: this will be a...
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Norman Goldner 24 Jun 16
excellent piece. there is yet another alternative- associate membership, nearer to full membership than Brexit
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Tony Carroll 24 Jun 16
Heads have been removed from Kings for less
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A Little Woman 24 Jun 16
aren't MPs by their nature supposed to represent our wishes? Not betray our clear mandate?
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Briain Mac Innéiri 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
1st para set up a straw man then it really didn't take off. May could be a good call though.
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A Little Woman 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
have parliament really forgotten who they are supposed to work for? Already plotting to stab the British people in the back?
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Ewan Lawry 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
I'm sure many Tory MPs will find their inner Brexiteer.
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Hugo Stephens 24 Jun 16
So, even now, with the votes in; you still plan to obstruct the clear will of the people. How very sad.
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FactsReason 24 Jun 16
a parliamentary coup wouldn't be wise.... In a democracy
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IJMO 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
Except that Leave promised to take back the money and border control, which basically excludes the single market.
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IJMO 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
The damage to the reputation of MP's of keeping us in the single market, against the will of the voters, would be huge.
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skeweringthestupid 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
The pied pipers of Brexit cheated the poor and how they might be stopped - e̶x̶c̶e̶l̶l̶e̶n̶t̶ sour grapes by Matthew Parris
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polybore 24 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS
That is an extremely dangerous route. It's like cheating the poor not once but twice! It won't wash and would turn nasty.
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Davyjo🇬🇧🇫🇴🇺🇸 25 Jun 16
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Purpleline 25 Jun 16
Replying to @JasonCowleyNS @Drasdo
disgusting and anti democratic Parris should be ashamed total fool
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VERITAS P.I. 27 Jun 16
oh grow up! All that has happened is a decision has been made. Business as usual for the foreseeable.
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AufstehenUK 30 Jun 16
Clear? 4% on the most cataclismic decision based on lies and false promises?
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