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Mark Reckless AM
Member of Welsh Assembly Conservative Group representing South Wales East, as well as a lawyer, economist, husband and father.
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Mark Reckless AM 30m
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Mark Reckless AM 2h
Replying to @AlexLeoPhillips
Perhaps you might not lobby me
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Mark Reckless AM 2h
We won, you lost. If you block Brexit and democracy you will reap what you sow
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Daniel Hannan 4h
I have held off from criticising the PM until now from a combination of sympathy, loyalty and even (if I'm honest) chivalry. I was wrong. We won't begin to get out of this mess until someone else takes over.
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Stewart Jackson 22h
Just maybe shadowing the ECJ, being in the Single Market and the Customs Union, allowing free movement and continuing to make big payments to the EU & having zero say doesn't, you know, feel like Brexit . Good luck selling it in 68% Leave Harlow though......
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Mark Reckless AM 5h
EU law would cease to apply in the UK
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Douglas Carswell 11h
I wonder what folk in will think of their Remain voting MP helping thwart the referendum. I’d be happy to help inform them
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Mark Reckless AM 12h
Yes, potentially by majority vote in Parliament, although it would put U.K. in breach of international treaty commitments, given what PM agreed with EU on Thursday
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She can’t in UK law, to change which a minister needs to move an SI
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Mark Reckless AM 12h
EU law only remains supreme in the U.K. if we change date in domestic legislation
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Patrick O'Flynn 23h
This clip, in its entirety, is utterly devastating. Promise after promise now being ripped up re "the biggest decision of our lifetime". British politics becomes anti-democratic next Friday. People are, alas, bound to seek ways other than voting to get their choices implemented.
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Artemis Mar 22
Replying to @AndrewRTDavies
Does he mean ‘the English’ are to blame? That people born in Wales couldn’t have possibly voted Leave?
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Mark Reckless AM Mar 22
‘They’re visitors’ as might put it
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Mark Reckless AM Mar 22
Consensus of MPs has always been to Remain in EU. The British people voted to Leave
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Mark Reckless AM Mar 22
The British people rejected both AV and EU In Referendum
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Mark Reckless AM Mar 22
Your ‘plan’ never settles except on keeping in news
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Douglas Carswell Mar 22
If May doesn’t quit next week after losing MV3, I guess there’s a confidence motion. Hard to see why one should not vote against her government. Amazing collective failure of Cabinet in letting it get to this
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John O'Sullivan Mar 22
I really don’t want to hear from “Brexiteer” MPs until I read they have announced their support for a motion of no confidence in May and, if necessary, the government. And astonishing to report, almost every Tory voter and activist I talk to feels the same.
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Simon Richards 🇬🇧 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿#StandUp4Brexit Mar 22
It's outrageous that James Naughtie on should disgracefully claim that ERG MPs would be in the National Front if they were in France, with no attempt to challenge his comment.
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