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Laura Kuenssberg
Political Editor 240 characters don't tell a whole story, retweets not my view - and remember folks, even on here, being rude isn't big or clever
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Laura Kuenssberg 3h
Vote, vote, and vote again ...
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Laura Kuenssberg 4h
Football means is on in five minutes ...
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Laura Kuenssberg 5h
👇all not well....
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BBC Politics 8h
The result of the third round of the Tory leadership contest, with second round votes in brackets: • Boris Johnson 143 (126) • Jeremy Hunt 54 (46) • Michael Gove 51 (41) • Sajid Javid 38 (33) Eliminated: • Rory Stewart
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Laura Kuenssberg 7h
Sources in Johnson camp say they pulled off the magic trick again - their data predicted 143 votes, wrote the number in the sealed envelope, and hey presto, that’s the number they reached again
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BBC Politics 7h
"My issue with Boris is his policies" Rory Stewart says he "frequently" doesn't know what Boris Johnson "actually believes about anything", saying this means the Tory leadership frontrunner might "disappoint people" Latest:
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Laura Kuenssberg 7h
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Laura Kuenssberg 8h
If you weren’t watching the Telly, Johnson still way out in front 143, Stewart drops out with only 27 - Hunt holds on to second place with 54, Gove 51 and Javid stays in with 38
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Laura Kuenssberg 8h
Result v shortly
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Laura Kuenssberg 9h
Voting over - Johnson will be way out in front again - unknowns are - will Gove overtake Hunt? And will Javid or Stewart drop out - it's a guessing game now, one of the teams who shall remain nameless has gone to the pub - results live on the
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iain watson 9h
The left-wing pro- referndum Another Europe Is Possible group says it is in “disbelief” that Shadow Cabinet has 'failed to move the party’s Brexit position, promising more consultation with unions.' Despite they say John McDonnell and Diane Abbot backing a move
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Daniel Kraemer 10h
Replying to @josephmdurso
Ironically, this means Raab has raised the most so far in 2019, on £222k, ahead of Johnson's £194k I looked at the numbers with in this article last week:
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Laura Kuenssberg 10h
Source says no final decision yet from shadow cabinet on whether should officially become Remain party - Corbyn expected to meet union leaders on Monday, then make a statement after shadow cabinet NEXT Tuesday
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Laura Kuenssberg 10h
Replying to @bbclaurak
2. Corbyn cont 'I want to hear your views, I will be hearing trade union views next week, and then I want to set out our views to the public' - big move or not? Discuss...not so sure it's a v decisive move, let's see what happens at END of the meeting
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Laura Kuenssberg 10h
1. Corbyn statement to shadow cabinet - 'I have already made the case that it is now right to demand that any deal be put to a public vote. That is in line with our conference policy. A ballot paper would need to contain real choices ...this will of course depends on Parliament.'
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Laura Kuenssberg 11h
We asked remaining 5 candidates 6 crucial questions on Brexit - how on earth they'd get it done, and what they'd do if their plan fails - they had to answer each one in 50 words - convinced?
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Laura Kuenssberg 11h
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Laura Kuenssberg 11h
this is the corridor where voting is taking place, where we are not allowed to film - helpfully MP s are tweeting pictures.... 👇
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BBC Politics 11h
Voting is open in the third round of the Tory leadership contest • 1700 ballot closes • 1800 candidate with fewest votes eliminated Live updates: Main story:
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Laura Kuenssberg 11h
next round of voting has just started.... result expected about 6.05pm
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