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Pippa Crerar
Guardian Deputy Political Editor, formerly Evening Standard. Proud Scot & Londoner. Email me news & tips: pippa.crerar@theguardian.com
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Pippa Crerar 2h
Voters “content” to leave the EU without a deal?? I’m not so sure about that.
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This is a really interesting analysis of PM’s speech from former government trade expert
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Pippa Crerar 3h
Replying to @davidrobbo66
But open selections are surely about members securing the local representatives they want, not about getting rid of internal dissenters?!
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Pippa Crerar 3h
Surely the key to electoral success & transformation of our country is focusing on issues that matter to people (NHS, housing etc) & holding this deeply divided government to account over Brexit, rather than internal power struggles. Raise your sights.
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Pippa Crerar 7h
EU27 thought May was too tough in Salzburg. Her response: be tougher. Definitely playing to the domestic Tory audience.
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Kate McCann 7h
There is no power in Number 10 🙈
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Pippa Crerar 8h
So back to the more sensible options...
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Pippa Crerar 8h
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No 10 sources assure me PM not about to quit (those lecterns always get me very nervous).
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Pippa Crerar 8h
It has set the hares running though...
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Laura Kuenssberg 8h
Good news (relatively) for govt - hear another cabinet resignation had been planned for this weekend to protest at Chequers plan but because eu leaders gave it such a kicking yday that bit of the plot is off
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Pippa Crerar 22h
It does seem to be a remarkable bit of trolling of the one it already has!
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Pippa Crerar 22h
Tomorrow’s front pages don’t make happy reading for the PM. It all now comes down to the NI backstop. This issue more than any other will make or break Brexit.
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Heather Stewart 23h
Nice account of today’s shenanigans from our ⁦⁩ here...
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Paul Johnson 23h
The humiliation of Theresa May And a plan in tatters -Tomorrow’s Guardian
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Pippa Crerar 23h
Loving watching and reporting on with back in the studio. All women line-ups are still infrequent enough to be noticeable. Bravo
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Pippa Crerar Sep 20
Such a brilliant pic but I now learn it was by from Reuters. Apols!
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Pippa Crerar Sep 20
Differences of opinion in cabinet about what happens next on Brexit. One predicts U.K. will either crash out or “park” in the EEA. Another thinks we’ll end up en route to a Canada ++ deal. A third tells me: “Keep negotiating. What are they going to do? No deal? I think not...”
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Pippa Crerar Sep 20
The final battle has begun - both for Brexit *and* Theresa May's leadership.
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Pippa Crerar Sep 20
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