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Professor Ian Donald Aug 14
My son just accidentally run up £400 mobile data bill whilst in France. Because of EU regulation it was capped at €50. Thank you to the EU commission. Next year the regulation won’t apply, thanks to - damaging to U.K. citizens in hundreds of day-to-day ways.
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Nick🇬🇧🇪🇺 Aug 14
Multiple sources now reporting that the UK govt so fears a £ collapse in the coming months with a potential no deal that its shifting its OWN funds out of £ and onto €s. Think about that for a minute...
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Peter Dyke 8h
Replying to @GiselaStuart
...including the perspective to see how damaging and insular the campaign has been
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Policing the Future Aug 14
Extra Politicians will be on duty over the summer in light of the terrorist attack on Parliament and the work needed to sort out ..... said no-one ever
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Peter Timmins 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 3h
If is so good for the UK, why has the pound tanked against every major world currency? Why is it that just a bunch of right wing fanatic MPs support it, whereas the vast majority do not? Why is it every other developed nation in a trading bloc? Is everyone else wrong?
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EFTA 4 UK 8h
A quick thread about 'PROJECT FEAR'. [1]
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The_Lost_Boy #FBPE #PeoplesVote #ABTV 6h
To my eternal shame I abstained in the . I did not think it important. Since then it’s obvious to any but the few that is national self harm and is the most important issue of our time. So I am a . I fully support the so forgive my ignorance
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Simon Bruni 3h
I'm self-employed, based in the UK. In the last few years I've provided services to the US, Mexico, Uruguay, Japan, Jordan, Switzerland and several EU countries, all frictionless except for a small amount of paperwork for the US. WE ARE ALREADY A GLOBAL TRADING NATION.
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The BMA 9h
With less than eight months until the UK leaves the EU there is still uncertainty and confusion around the impact on patients, doctors and the wider health service. As frontline health professionals our members see the potentially catastrophic consequences of a ‘no deal’
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Paul O’Connor #FBPE Aug 15
The Vote Leave vision of is dead. The Chequers deal is dead. The WTO option is a myth. The NI issue is insoluble. Support for Brexit is melting away. There is no viable plan.
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Jelly 10h
What makes me laugh at leavers is that they think they understand how the economy works and call anything that doesn't fit their agenda project fear. Don't listen to the experts, leavers know best!😂 If is so great, why are pro-brexit supporters moving away?🤔
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Simon Bruni Aug 15
"You're not supposed to be so blind with patriotism that you can't face reality. Wrong is wrong, no matter who says it." ~ Malcom X
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Peter Timmins 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 20m
Jeremy Hunt on ITV News just admitted that a messy Hard would be a mistake that the UK would regret for generations A MISTAKE THAT THE UK WOULD REGRET FOR GENERATIONS
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James Melville Aug 15
Here’s Jacob Rees-Mogg back in 2011 proposing two referendums on leaving the EU, with the second vote to ratify or reject the final deal.
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Bakehouse Cottage #FBPE Aug 14
Central heating oil delivery today Monthly payment going up from £95 to £107 Usage not gone up So huge % increase "At least we can supply at the moment" said the delivery chap, adding: "Might not be able to do that after " Most of rural UK is on oil heating!
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Peter Timmins 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 Aug 14
, imagine waking up one morning to find that the inhabitants of the next village had had a vote on your future. They'd decided that you may, or may not be able to stay in your home. You'd have to ask permission to stay and nothing was certain. That is what is.
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Fen C #FBPE [EU not Exit] #ABTV #WATON Aug 14
Replying to @Keir_Starmer
Any will make the UK a poorer and less civilised society and help to break up the UK. So that's what you stand for Keir - a poorer, less civilised England, on its own outside the EU. That's monstrous. Just monstrous.
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Aidan O'Sullivan Aug 15
question on Irish state exams earlier this year for final year school students...
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Will Hutton 21h
is such a mess, its hard right duplicitous initiators palpably out of their depth and the consequences of No deal so awesome that a recoil is accelerating. In the strangest of twists Johnson, Rees-Mogg, Farage & co are persuading Britain to value the EU - and kill Toryism
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Ajmpol❄️ #FBPE 🇬🇧🇪🇺 7h
Brexiters are now devoting all their efforts towards ‘mitigating’ or ‘minimising’ the negative impact of . For crying out even louder, we DON’T HAVE TO DO THIS. Wake up, Britain, we already have a gold-plated deal.
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