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Faisal Islam Dec 6
Split verdict - but no contempt by Davis votes the Brexit committee because there were no impact assessments
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Faisal Islam
Understand it was an 11-8 vote in favour of the idea that “no impact assessments have been undertaken” so therefore the binding motion has been complied with so no contempt recommendation
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Joséphine de Staël Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
So this is like saying you pass your exam because we cannot fail you because you didn't turn up. In what other context have you ever heard this logic used?!
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ZazaLogik #FBPE Dec 6
Parliamentary democracy has died.
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L. Dec 6
Replying to @JdeStael @faisalislam
It's like a feature length episode of The Thick Of It!!
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Simon Deane-Johns Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Was this necessary to trap him in the lies that they did exist?
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Jason Sinclair Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
In which case he misled house they had been undertaken?
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Faisal Islam Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Sounds like a vote on party lines on the mmittee - with perhaps the Chair abstaining, as you would unless needed to make a casting vote
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Vladimir Farage🐬 Dec 6
Replying to @JdeStael @faisalislam
Yep, this one is a blinder, is not in contempt for not supplying because they don't exist?! Have I really understood that right? Please tell me I'm wrong.
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Justin K Hayward Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
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Isolated Brit Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Ha ha! Remember when -ers told us that the result of advisory had to "honoured" or UK politics would lose credibility? Well guess what? It's lost all credibility already & we haven't even left EU yet!
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Simon Gardner 📷 Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Notwithstanding, did Davis lie to Parliament on previous occasions about this?
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Joséphine de Staël Dec 6
Couldn't agree more. If this were a business he'd surely be fired and barred from a directors position for life. This is total negligence. Personally I think it's criminal and abuse of public office.
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L. Dec 6
😂😂😂 couldn't make it up
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Joséphine de Staël Dec 6
I'm sure they're all being paid by Mercer and Russian mafia money to push this through. I don't think it's pure incompetence. There is malicious intent beneath it all.
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asymetricjockey#Stopbrexit#Remain#EUdividend Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Hard to not think this has just postponed the day for Davis-too many have watched his performance with dismay& quite possible leave or remain both with distaste at the clear contempt for Parliament.
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david Dec 6
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Andy Goodwin Dec 6
Replying to @faisalislam
Huh?
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