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Guy Verhofstadt 7h
51% of UK citizens surveyed by want to stay in the EU, which shows we need a sustainable & close future association. There is little appetite for a hard , or no-deal. I hope the outcome of the negotiations will reflect this!🇪🇺🇬🇧
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Joanna Cherry QC MP 7h
I must say I was every bit as taken aback as by John Humphries’ tone during parts of his interview on . It was very much a case of “Ireland, know your place!” A tone all too familiar to us Scots
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Cornwall for Europe #FBPE 16h
This (genuine) comment just appeared on our Facebook page: "I don't care if I was deceived, I don't care if I am badly informed. My vote is still leave. Get used to it."
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Kim Willsher 7h
Draft French law preparing emergency measures for "hard" . It has yet to be debated, but contains following clauses: 1. After no agreement Brexit, UK citizens become third nation citizens and will be obliged to have a visa to come to France and a carte de sejour to stay.
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People's Vote UK 6h
READ: Former PM Tony Blair, Deputy PM & Deputy PM Michael Heseltine join together to share their support for a on the deal saying "now is not the time to shut down options either for Britain or Europe":
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BBC Politics 4h
"There will be no second referendum, the people voted and this government will deliver” rejects idea of a "People's Vote" in response to 's question on and the car industry Follow live:
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Angela Rayner 4h
Tory backbenchers heckling whilst he's raising significant issues over at the Tories have completely ran out of ideas shouting, booing and hissing is all they have left. It's the same every week they know their party is falling apart
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HocusPocus 8h
Barnier considers extending transition period for for a year. Did I vote for him ? no. May better not cave in, leave means leave.
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Sarah Wollaston MP 21h
Former PM John Major telling it as It is on “a colossal misjudgment that will diminish both the UK and the EU. It will damage our national and personal wealth”
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Ambassador Johnson 6h
It’s official! announces we intend to start trade negotiations with the UK as soon as possible after .
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Lee #FBPE #FBR 7h
Instead of repeatedly insisting he can get a better deal than Theresa May, Corbyn should've spent the past two-and-a-half years explaining to his Leave voters why the 2016 referendum was unsafe & explaining that any form of Brexit will leave the UK permanently worse off.
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George Galloway 50m
Heavy rumour at Westminster the the has done a deal to save the Tory Government over by abstentions in exchange for Same old Tories, same old SNP
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Embassy of Ireland 6h
In case you missed it, Tánaiste ’s interview on is essential listening . Hear it here: 8.10 - 8.20
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Margaritis Schinas 3m
President ⁦⁩ meets Prime Minister ⁦⁩ ahead of tonight's EU27 dinner on negotiations.
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George Galloway 26m
They say was a threat to the Theresa May has just potentially sacrificed both the north of Ireland and Scotland in the same play! Just to keep her own miserable lederhosen in the prime-ministerial chair!
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Alex Andreou 1h
Why are anchors so flippantly patronising about ? apologises daily for discussing it, rolls his eyes at how “this will go on and on”. If you’re bored of your well-paid jobs, make way for journalists who are interested in discussing the news.
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Simon Fraser 19h
Original take on from . Apparently the EU has been holding us back in the fight against malaria...
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William Bain 3h
Long stay visas to be required in France for UK nationals staying more than three months after No Deal under draft French legislation
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Wings Vile Hanger-On 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 #FBPE 8h
Roger Daltrey, rich, old, privileged, safe and comfortable, says will be just fine for him. Well that's a relief, eh. I was so worried about how he would cope. 🙄
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Lionel Barber 9h
More rewriting of history by Brexiters - Maastricht was a great deal for UK. Not in single currency, not in social chapter, but in single market. It really was cake and eat it. We will be far worse off in short term after
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Ruaidri Ua Conchobair ☘️ Ireland's last Irish King 17h
Arlene Foster re : "you can not separate out part of a nation from the rest of that nation". Arlene, do you mean the British partition of the Irish nation? I hope Mr Barnier said: get your head out of your arse & stop looking a gift-horse in the mouth - accept our backstop
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