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Laura Kuenssberg
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Laura Kuenssberg retweeted
BBC Breaking News 38m
David Cameron's remarks on Queen and Scottish vote led to 'an amount of displeasure' at the Palace, source tells BBC
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Laura Kuenssberg 45m
Replying to @bbclaurak
4. Lots of you got it right - I am now informed - the 'non-paper' is basically a list of possible options the govt thinks its worth discussing, not a set of firm proposals-part of govt effort to get the Commission to engage, ahead of Johnson seeing key EU leaders in NY next week
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Richard Burgess 2h
Next week, will set up a pop-up newsroom in Stoke-on-Trent in the latest of our "We Are..." weeks. We'll be asking the audience to set the agenda, tell us what matters to them and reporting their stories, in their own words, across the BBC.
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Laura Kuenssberg 2h
Replying to @bbclaurak
3. Introduces also the new Brexit word ‘non-papers’ into the lexicon - anyone on here care to define
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Laura Kuenssberg 2h
Replying to @bbclaurak
2. EU has just confirmed this as well - reminder as ever that so much of this ‘we don’t know what you want’ - ‘oh yes you do’ - is a political dance and doesn’t always reflect what is actually happening
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Laura Kuenssberg 3h
1. UK says they have given EU details of what they propose for new “We have now shared in written form a series of confidential technical non-papers which reflect the ideas the UK has been putting forward. We will table formal written solutions when we are ready”
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Laura Kuenssberg retweeted
BBC Politics 3h
The Supreme Court is hearing a final day of arguments about Boris Johnson suspending Parliament – including a claim from Sir John Major that it was motivated by "political interest" Get up to speed on yesterday's developments ⬇️ [tap to expand]
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Dominic Casciani 3h
Here's what's coming up today from the Supreme Court:
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Esther Webber 4h
I love this piece by in praise of Baroness Hale - she qualified as a barrister through a correspondence course while working as an academic, as you do
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BBC Radio 4 Today 4h
Here's the moment John Humphrys signs off after 32 years of broadcasting on the Today programme and an illustrious journalism career spanning six decades Full sign off 👉
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@PeterDGPHunt 4h
I always thought history would judge the Queen’s 2014 Scottish referendum remarks as a political act. In the weeks ahead, as they navigate Brexit, some in the palace will come to regret them:
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BBC Politics 4h
Sir John Major's lawyers to argue Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was motivated by "political interest" on final day of Supreme Court hearing
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Laura Kuenssberg 4h
Also today, altho he won't give his evidence in person, weirdest thing so far about 2019 (apart from Mark Garnier dressing up as a cop), former Tory PM providing evidence against sitting Tory PM at the Supreme Court
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Laura Kuenssberg 4h
Replying to @BBCNews
Remember tho, there is a big political dance going on here - remember the first hour of the school disco?
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Laura Kuenssberg 4h
Interesting, French officials not as 'assertive' as Finns last night in talk of Brexit deadline - Elysee tells deadline not new, 'if we don't get the proposals before end of Sept, we will not have enough time to discuss them before the summit in Oct'
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BBC Radio 4 Today 5h
John Humphrys signs off from Today after 32 years of presenting the flagship programme
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Laura Kuenssberg 6h
John’s last big interview with David Cameron is fittingly today’s 8.10 - been a privilege to have been (trying!) to answer his questions for the last 4 years explaining this crazy era in politics - only a sliver of his amazing career
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Noel Titheradge 16h
Replying to @noeltitheradge
We’ve learned that one home was placed under police surveillance for young people caught up with criminal gangs and drug dealing
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Noel Titheradge 16h
Replying to @noeltitheradge
Carla lived in one of the unregulated homes, she has a known history of self harm. She says young people were selling drugs from the home.
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Laura Kuenssberg 16h
If you didn't see this piece from Noel, Ed and Adam on tonight, do watch here
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