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Noel Rock
Dublin North West - Fine Gael - Dáil Éireann. Youngest member of the Gov party in Oireachtas. Driving progress in transport. Waved goodbye to Seatwave.
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Noel Rock 6h
Could be wrong (wouldn’t be first time) but strongly suspect TDs advertising wouldn’t have had an idea of front page content when taking ad out. I can see why if I think of normal professional standards of advert Vs editorial.
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Noel Rock 6h
Won’t speak on any TDs behalf but I strongly suspect they absolutely would not want to be anywhere near that.
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Noel Rock 7h
Replying to @hennessymm
I didn’t say we were?
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Noel Rock 9h
Replying to @SiCarswell
Reminds me of the opening “BMW export” logic......
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Noel Rock 9h
Replying to @DaveDalyFM @FineGael
Jesus David. Sorry to read this. Only seeing both messages now. I’ve been in Beaumont the last 3 weeks watching gran. Is there anything I can practically do?
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Noel Rock 11h
Replying to @John_McGahon
Haters gonna hate.
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Noel Rock 12h
Former Brexit spokesperson with a vital rebuttal.
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Noel Rock 13h
Replying to @mayo_mick
Dead right. Wish she could’ve done same and not undermined our position constantly during sensitive moments. Served us poorly.
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Noel Rock 13h
Replying to @NiamhTraynor
Brexit, and sticking to the facts on Brexit, should be a focus for all constituencies. And all national parliamentarians. In my constituency I was delighted to deliver more good news today. More to come tomorrow too.
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Emma Jane Hade 17h
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Matthew Carson 15h
This is a great thread on how Ireland’s main opposition party have managed to consistently be in a complete mess over an issue which could become a genuine national emergency in this country.
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
Ireland, as part of EU27, did their bit and negotiated Withdrawal Agreement. It includes a backstop. It serves us well. The Deputy undersold us, and injected speculation and fear into the delicate process at every step. No less so than here. Shambles indeed.
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
The backstop was never oversold. It was insisted on. It’s there in black and white. This one came at a vital moment so it gets the silver, number 2 spot.
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
Bronze medal now. Who still thinks it was “massively oversold” out of interest? Happy reading if so:
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
Imagine walking beside one of the leaders of the EU27. Or imply we weren’t all focusing on getting a deal. A few weeks later, the comprehensive Agreement was published. All 599 pages of it.
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
Narrator: it was agreed in November.
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Noel Rock 15h
Replying to @NoelRock
Number 6 brings us back to tax: another tweet entirely based off rumours. Didn’t help anyone during negotiations.
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Noel Rock 16h
Replying to @NoelRock
Second hand rumours based on briefings from God knows where are no basis for an opposition spokesperson’s statement. The mantra of “not wrong for long” doesn’t apply here alas. This was wrong then, and wrong now.
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Noel Rock 16h
Replying to @NoelRock
In at Number 8. Lest we forget: the deal was struck. And, again, this tweet was wrong. Shooting first and aiming later does not serve Ireland and our negotiators well.
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Noel Rock 17h
Replying to @NoelRock
It’s like an advent calendar but instead of a chocolate behind the door, there are factually incorrect assertions about Brexit. Here’s number 9 in the Top 10 chart:
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