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Anna Soubry MP Jun 24
Morning this is what leadership looks like & this is the honest analysis you are incapable of delivering. Time for every MP to put their country before their party & to speak truth to power.
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Eurotrash🇪🇺Lasance Jun 25
Thread about so called cheaper food for poor Brits after : My British chums you always forget, that most of your food and medicine comes from those 27 countries you want to leave and that it comes in tariff free as part of the biggest free trade area in the world!
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Ben Bradley MP 21h
There is no such thing as a that works for people who do not want Brexit. Govt has been trying that for the last 3 years and look where its got us!! The fudge must end!
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Peter Foster 12h
Grim. 60% of leave voters actively prefer a 'no deal' - lets just hope they've not been grossly misled as to what a 'no deal' actually means. If they have, they might be cross when they find out. So will everyone else.
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BBC Politics Jun 25
Social entrepreneur Josh Babarinde tells Tory MP Theresa Villiers on the handling of : “What politicians have proved over the last three years, is that you very sadly, are not capable of resolving this issue – an absolute disgrace”
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Simon Fraser 23h
1/9: While Conservatives choose our new PM (a process clearly less democratic than a 2nd referendum) still looms over us. Whatever they claim, will Johnson or Hunt be able to deliver an outcome? Changing the leader does not change the facts. Here’s a thread of 9 on this.
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Tim Montgomerie Jun 25
No wriggling out of this. Vote Boris to get .
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BBC Politics Jun 25
"The Conservatives have tried to make an act of economic self-harm - no-deal Brexit - into a test of true patriotism" Ex-PM Gordon Brown says and "narrow nationalism" put the UK at greatest risk of "unravelling" in over 300 years [tap to expand]
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Mostly Harmless 🔶️#Remain #FBPE 2h
I was born in the UK in the 60's Apparently this allows me to claim that: I created an empire, won two wars and beat the Gemans in 66. I didn't, these were someone else's fights. is mine.
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Tom Brake MP 🔶 Jun 25
Is it surprising that these elitist ivory-tower Tory leadership candidates are comfortable w ? Only the richest can afford the increased costs of food & other imports, linked to a further drop in the value of the £. Those on low incomes cannot, and will suffer as a result.
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Chris Leslie Jun 25
Surprise, surprise - Labour leadership keep kicking that can down the road.... Apparently going to discuss further at ‘future meeting’. Perhaps 1st November?
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Simon Fraser 23h
Replying to @SimonFraser00
9/9: Conclusion: whichever way you slice it remains a huge mess. It looks impossible for a new PM to resolve it before the October deadline. A further extension of Article 50 is the most likely outcome - provided the EU agree. And on and on..
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Fishing for Leave 5h
Mackerel stocks v.healthy Under EU UK only gets 5% of N.Sea Mackerel Quota Under international law based on stock distribution should be 99%! Automatic repatriation & distribution to all boats equally would be a £92m boost to communities
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George Galloway 5h
A journalist who’s every stroke of the pen is to attack Corbyn - the opposition leader - and smear the left she was once in and which she once supported has just won the Orwell Prize for Journalism. It’s what Orwell would’ve wanted, surely...
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BBC Politics 6h
"The EU have said repeatedly and explicitly: If you choose to leave with no deal, Article 24 will not apply" on Boris Johnson's claim that WTO rules could allow the UK to keep trading with the EU without tariffs, after a no-deal
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Anna Soubry MP 2h
Thank you Steve for your campaigning - whatever the weather and however unpleasant the (occasional) abuse. Now put your feet up and enjoy your special Birthday evening
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Ben Bradley MP 11h
In this particular situation I actually think real leadership is about knowing when to walk away
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Ben Bradshaw Jun 25
The head of the , Simon Stevens, tells it will be impossible to guarantee the supply of vital medicine & medical equipment after a crash out no deal in October unless no deal contingency plans are reactivated “in the next days or weeks”.
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Belfast Telegraph 10h
: Maintaining Union more important than any political cause, DUP tells Tories
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redsarah 2m
I need to get this 'cult of Corbyn' thing,straight in my mind We're apparently "under the guidance of a charismatic leader,who's authoritarian" 2015, he was 'ineffectual'& should quit So, The 'cult' follows an ineffectual guy,who's totally NOT authorian () So, er, what? 🤔
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