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David Allen Green, law and policy commentator at , blogger at . Small 'l' liberal. Account locked when not in use.
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Law and policy 2h
Replying to @eurosluggard
Word.
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Law and policy 13h
1. Thread on the state of Brexit The main reasons that I once thought Article 50 would never be notified were the very problems UK now has.
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Law and policy 3h
Replying to @eurosluggard
Though the sentiment and exasperation is understood!
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Law and policy 3h
Replying to @eurosluggard
Threads making sweary allegations of dishonesty are perhaps not the best way to encourage other Brexiteers to break ranks..!
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Law and policy 3h
Replying to @Barristerblog
Was it that obvious?
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Matthew Scott 3h
In a characteristically lucid, depressing & dryly humorous thread says I told you so, which he did.
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Law and policy 3h
Replying to @eurosluggard
I dissent, m'lord. I aver one should encourage Brexiteers to share their doubts and concerns, not slam them.
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Law and policy 7h
"Three o'clock is always too late or too early for anything you want to do." Sartre meant the afternnon, but it works for the morning too.
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(((Tim O'Connor))) 12h
Replying to @timoconnorbl
And that should be HMG’s sole, obsessive focus. UK domestic spin doesn’t count any more. No detail, no deal, and you crash out on 30/3/19.
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(((Tim O'Connor))) 12h
Replying to @timoconnorbl
The EU27 are, rightly, demanding detail, concrete proposals, substance, instead of vague assurances for primarily domestic consumption.
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John Pollock 17h
As the difficulties of become manifest, the search for traitors within has begun writes
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Simon the Stylite 16h
I love this. "There will probably have to be a crisis in November,” said one senior British official."
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Steve Peers 22h
The utter panglossian vacuity of the 'no deal' argument, here in a nutshell. Nothing but cheerleading and accusing people of treachery.
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FT Brussels 16h
Theresa May postpones Brexit divorce bill showdown with Brussels
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The House 18h
"We are giving ministers one of the biggest blank cheques in history." Dominic Grieve on his Brexit bill red lines
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Faisal Islam 12h
Bigger Picture: Impossible not to notice EU27, European Parliament & Commission all singing from same hymn sheet re: sufficient progress 1/5
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Matt L Scott 12h
Replying to @davidallengreen
Indeed, to borrow Oscar Wilde's comment on fox-hunting; "Brexit, the unspeakable in pursuit of the unachievable"
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Law and policy 13h
Replying to @davidallengreen
ps The sooner Brexit policy is untangled from the question of the Tory succession, the better. The tangle is strangling our polity.
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Law and policy 13h
Replying to @davidallengreen
21. But that would risk Brexit never happening at all. So, we have this mess, and still no obvious solution,16 months on. /ends
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Law and policy 13h
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20. This is not to say Brexit could not be done - it could, but would take about a decade, and would have to be done incrementally.
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