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Mark Reckless AM
Leader of The Brexit Party in the Welsh Assembly, AM for South Wales East, as well as a lawyer, economist, husband and father.
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Brexit Party Wales 16h
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Mark Reckless AM 15h
Replying to @danidotx
I greatly enjoy reading your tweets and wish you well
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Mark Reckless AM 15h
Replying to @hollowornate
He was dropped, although Clarke said he shouldn’t take it personally as they often asked people on a one-off basis
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Mark Reckless AM 18h
About time we recognised this. Our first motion in Welsh Assembly is tomorrow on No Deal Brexit
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Douglas Carswell Jun 18
That so many Conservative MPs even consider Rory Stewart to be the answer to their predicament is a measure of their malaise. Hopelessly detached from suburban voters and reality
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Mark Reckless AM 18h
... so the outflanking may be left to
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Tom Harwood 18h
To Remainers, coming second is winning...
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Mark Reckless AM 18h
I recall asking Ken Clarke why Rory was dropped from the following Bildeberg Conference during absurd Urgent Question granted by Bercow
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Brexit Party Wales 20h
Senedd Group leader “M4 decision means Wales will not realise its full economic potential”
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The Brexit Party 24h
We've sold thousands of tickets for our Big Vision Rally in Birmingham on 30th June. With limited spaces left, get tickets now whilst they last. This is going to be special...
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BBC Wales Politics 22h
The Brexit Party's raises congestion from 'usual traffic' on the M4. By not building the M4 relief road are you saying Wales is closed for business under Labour, says MR
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Labour Leave 23h
A deal requires agreement. If a deal is not agreed, it is not a deal. It is a rejected proposal. If you offer someone a few coppers for their 5-bed house, their credit score is not affected if they turn you down. It's not complicated.
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Labour Whips Jun 17
Almost half of card-carrying Conservative members would be happy for Nigel Farage to become their party’s leader. In a YouGov survey 46 per cent said that if he joined the Conservatives and stood for their leadership they would be happy for him to win.
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Patrick O'Flynn Jun 18
Brexiteers everywhere keenly storing away for future reference these unqualified pledges to get us out by Oct 31. My goodness there will be hell to pay if he doesn't.
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Llŷr Powell Jun 18
Replying to @AndrewRTDavies
I’m with you Andrew, if you read Wales politics or watch their coverage you would think Wales Backed independence and voted remain in the EU referendum yet the reality and feeling outside the Bay is somewhat different.
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Andrew RT Davies Jun 18
Am I wrong in thinking that the last poll on this subject showed only 7% back the idea of Welsh independence, the same as last year? Perhaps the only people getting more curious about such a prospect are former first ministers residing in the Bay bubble!
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Alex Deane Jun 17
Replying to @ajcdeane
If any of the other candidates said they didn’t have the answers and were riffing he’d mock them and interrogate the point. This is what shows bias so clearly.
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Leave.EU Jun 17
Huge victory for our movement as Brexit Party chairman has won a grovelling apology and payout from SNP loudmouth over a ridiculous defamatory statement about Brexit Party funding. No messing around! 👏
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#StandUp4Brexit Jun 17
“5 million Labour voters, we think, voted leave in the EU ref, 56% of Labour seats with sitting Labour MP’s voted leave. Labour stood on a manifesto in 2017 backing the referendum... this is a flagrant breach...and a kick in the teeth to hard working Labour voters”
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BBC Politics Jun 17
"Our members are Remain, our values are Remain, our hearts are Remain. We need our Labour party to be true to who we are" Deputy leader Tom Watson says his party must shift its stance to be "loud and proud in support of Europe"
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