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Michael Fabricant 3h
My article in the Daily Telegraph setting out the logic why my fellow Brexiteers should hold their fire before sending in any letters to the 1922 re confidence in the PM. The important move is to vote down !
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Roderick Swift 16h
Replying to @MarcusFysh
The only current acceptable option is ,which is not the optimum one as Canada+++ better as tariff free UK-EU trade, being negotiated by & before undermined them. If we end up with or car cash exit, this is owned by May & Tory MPs.
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Owain Powell-Jones 5h
Understand the point he makes - there is an argument to be made that MPs should await being defeated in the Commons before assessing whether should be removed ... if only because after such a defeat her removal would be so much more decisive
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John Beaumont 5h
Tear up and its 0 - 0
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nneka4uk Nov 18
allowed @theresa_mauy 2 sleep walk them 2 this nightmare after . Her end deal won't b better than this current lemon
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Simon Tompkins Nov 16
Nobody is going to touch the brexit secretary job with attached to it. It's a career running move.
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Roderick Swift Nov 17
How can 5 UK cabinet members think they can change Traitor May from her negotiated takeover of UK by EU into anything meaningful?May's plan, if implemented, will be our worst defeat since the Battle of Hastings & Norman invasion in 1066.
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Daniel Handley Nov 17
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Captain Euro® 1h
Watch Video: Brexit is breaking into pieces Brexit is like a breaking glass, fracturing into little pieces. Now is fully broken. Who will clean up the resulting mess?
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Stanley_Walker Nov 17
Let them use 40 horrors as an aid memoir to what needs to change. Problem is they are too late. This should have happened to or an iteration of the EU proposals as and when known. Or are they justifying their decision to remain in Cabinet.
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Phillip Jones: #StandUp4Brexit 4h
I wonder how many times has to prove to Mr Fabricant that No Deal is not on the table and never will be under her leadership? 57.5% of his constituency voted , wonder what they make of Mrs May's half-arsed deal?
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Alexblx 3h
What are you waiting for? - May will go down with her Titanic - you need to show some leadership - put your letter in asap! Let's get on with it!
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David Lindsay Nov 13
Another General Election is coming, between a Conservative Party most or all of whose MPs will have voted for a -based deal, and an Opposition all of whose MPs, without exception, had voted against it.
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CHRIS OWENS 16h
I’ll trust the two Brexit Secretaries who because of and this even worse plan. Thanks, but no, thanks, for your advice.
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Jason Martin Nov 13
Looks like has outflanked and Have these "just talkers" got anything left up their sleeve? They know that cabinet will fold like cowards. So they must repeat after me "I accept "...I accept " unless
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Roderick Swift 14h
I will take the plural 'lots' to mean two supporters until I see different. Crooked use of english to imply big support without giving x out of y or a percentage are meaningless & probably misleading. The polls show very low minority support for where such a bad deal.
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Rob Young 6h
The takes a different view to the -- it's much smaller than the CBI, but argues against the plan, saying it's nowhere near good enough for businesses. Many firms agree, but back the deal on offer, as they want to secure a transition period
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Julie Williams 17h
Replying to @NickBoles
Great admit their mistakes, weak leaders don't know when to stop PM is a sellout, backing it shows ignorance arrogance naïvety abt sovereignty & governance. clauses handover control of the to the EU
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Owain Powell-Jones 17h
So just reflect upon this She presented as a fait accompli developed in secret behind the backs of Cabinet (then threatening them that they would need to walk up the drive if they dissented) Now this What kind of person do you want as
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Wilbur 21h
I'd rather pain of a year or 2 of a than decades of humiliation at hands of 🇪🇺. We r the 🇬🇧 FFS. Find the backbone that was in our dna & tell 🇪🇺 no no no. is bad 4 UK but a no deal is bad 4 whole 🇪🇺. It won't stay no deal 4 long if pain shared.
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