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Kevin Schofield
Ex-Herald, Scotsman, Daily Record and Sun. Now editor of . Husband, dad-of-two and lifelong Celtic fan.
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Kevin Schofield 3h
Meet Plan B, the same as Plan A.
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Kevin Schofield 3h
This is sure to end well, no doubt about it.
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PoliticsHome 9h
EXCL Dominic Grieve: My plan to seize Commons agenda on Brexit is not a coup d'état
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Kevin Schofield 5h
Replying to @PolhomeEditor
Another source says PM has decided Labour support “isn’t solid enough” to rely on their MPs to get deal over the line. The less Brexity members of the Cabinet fairly frustrated, to say the least.
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Kevin Schofield 5h
Theresa May told Cabinet that her plan is to try to win over the DUP and Tory rebels by persuading the EU to dump the backstop - something they have shown no willingness to do. One minister on this afternoon’s conference called describes it as a “one more heave” strategy
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Kevin Schofield 7h
Replying to @JeremyCorbyn4PM
Do you have the most up to date numbers? Have asked Labour but they won’t say.
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Kevin Schofield 11h
Replying to @PolhomeEditor
In her speech at last year’s Labour conference, general secretary Jennie Formby said the party was “the strongest it’s ever been, with over half a million members”.
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Kevin Schofield 13h
Labour source: “We don't give a running commentary on membership figures.”
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Kevin Schofield 13h
That is much softer than taking no-deal “off the table”, as Jeremy Corbyn has demanded. Is Labour now paving the way for talks?
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PoliticsHome 14h
NEW: EXPLAINED: How the Dominic Grieve plan to control parliamentary business on Brexit actually works
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Kevin Schofield 14h
Asked how he would vote if there’s a second referendum, Keir Starmer says: “I will campaign for In and I will vote for In.”
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Brian Potter: “And I wanna moonwalk, but life’s a shithouse.”
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
“Whiskey” is Irish.
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Theresa May holding a Cabinet conference call tomorrow, presumably to talk them through the Brexit Plan B motion she’s tabling on Monday.
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
This is much further than Jeremy Corbyn, or those around him, have been willing to go on this.
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Tom Watson: "‘I look around Labour Party meetings now and I’m getting lectured by posh people."
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Key section from Tom Watson’s speech to Fabians conference.
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Tom Watson tells Fabians conference: “As the clock ticks constantly down, it is our duty to engage intelligently with the Government on Brexit negotiations.”
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
It was a joke.
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Kevin Schofield Jan 19
Former Brexit minister Suella Braverman cautions Theresa May against going for a permanent customs union “in the name of trying to win votes in Parliament”. Bloody parliamentary democracy, eh?
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