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Vince Cable Nov 11
Meeting in Westminster tomorrow. Agree but their non-votes could let through.
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David Vance Nov 11
It looks more and more like Theresa May's tawdry will NOT get through Parliament. Both Brexiteers and Remainers see it for what it is - mediocre failure. Is she in her final hours as PM?
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rocky singh Oct 14
. for PM by the end of the month hopefully to fix the that is and get us moving towards a FTA.
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Europe Elects Oct 17
UK: TNS Kantar poll shows that voters would now back remain with a 20 point lead: 60%-40%.
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#StandUp4Brexit Oct 31
May has today urged 130 business leaders to lobby MPs to back her deeply unpopular We would prefer that she moved towards a FTA - which sees the UK out of the CU, SM & ECJ overrule - as promised in the manifesto
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Stewart Jackson Sep 21
People are rightly cutting a lot of slack after her Salzburg experience but it will rapidly evaporate if she pursues the dead end surrender
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David Vance Nov 6
A big political day! The US goes to the and Theresa May meets with her puppet cabinet to push through her Brexit in name only
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Another Angry Voice Sep 22
With Theresa May's lamentable running into the wall everyone knew it would at & her Brextremist government on the brink of collapse, what will the mob & 'centrists' do next? Try to get May out of power, or redouble their attacks on Jeremy Corbyn?
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#StandUp4Brexit Oct 22
What? Surely not a 3rd pledge in a day? We think this sudden uptake might say something about the strength of feeling regarding the , backstop & extended transition arrangements... You’re going to want to keep your eyes peeled at 8.30pm 👀👀👀
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Stewart Jackson Oct 15
Very notable that in statement Dominic Grieve and Justine Greening have indicated that they're unwilling to support - they're hardly the so called usual suspects
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EFTA 4 UK Nov 14
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Political Polls Sep 28
Who has the best plan? - Boris Johnson sets out his 'Super Canada' Brexit plan RETWEET & VOTE 🗳
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Peter Brookes Oct 4
My cartoon Thursday on that abbarration....
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STEVE MOSS Ⓥ Sep 26
The tories spend 2 years coming up with a that is blatantly unacceptable & also fails to address the Irish border issue & then claims that would take us back to 'square one'..☹️..we need what's best for Britain & not just for the tory cabal.
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Political Polls Oct 2
Should Boris Johnson slam Theresa May’s Brexit plan? as he sets out his Tory vision RETWEET & VOTE 🗳
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Briefings For Brexit Nov 1
We have ended up with the utter dog’s breakfast of the “Chequers White Paper”, with no trade deal in sight less than six months before leaving the EU, and with the UK now an international laughing stock.
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Rory Maw Jan 17
Which is essentially plan of and before May pulled stunt
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Paul #StandUp4Brexit 🙋🏻‍♂️ Oct 12
Replying to @nigelmp
Hi Nigel, We also agree. The unpopular is a disaster and breaches all of the red lines. Will you pledge to and reject the Plan?
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#StandUp4Brexit Oct 25
A new poll from confirms that is still the preferred Brexit option at 31% ✔️ May’s deeply unpopular polled worst at a mere 4%✖️ And only 10% support a second referendum on EU membership✖️
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V K Baxi Nov 13
says for the first time in a 1,000 years Britain would be ruled from Brussels but I though the prime contention of narrative has all along been that while in EU we are being ruled by Brussels! Funny that!
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