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Stewart Jackson 7m
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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George Mol #FBPE #WATON 5h
A blunt and sobering and yet funny verdict from about and Government strategy "A head in the sand it will not make the ostrich Chequers fly"
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#Brexitology 5h
Replying to @JohnRentoul
= or = Not Brexit Quite Simple
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#Brexitology 4h
also needs to be serious. No responsible UK Government could accept giving a foreign power the rights to determine our future - as the or would.
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Birgit Maass 5h
. on Theresa May's : "putting head in the sand is not going to make chequers ostrich fly." Makes "blindfold Brexit" and cliff-edge more likely.
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Norms Green-Shackleton 22h
Replying to @AdamDidThat
Or vs LEAVE?
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Ian R McAllister 22h
Obvious as close to as PM wants = same problem for hard brexieteers how long would UK remain in (too close for them)/is it time limited? 2nd would electorate accept EFTA = could be hard at next election (before Christmas)? George!
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Tom Delargy #JC9 #PCPEU Oct 14
In theory Theresa May might get her passed after it's been agreed by the . However what they'd ask for will maximise Cabinet resignations and Tory MPs agreeing to replace her with someone backing Norway even though the won't accept their plan on Ireland....
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🇬🇧 ShaVerZ™ ツ Oct 14
on The was agreed many months ago with the ! They're just making it look like they haven't and this is why our crappy PM is sticking to it!
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Valleyboy 5h
Replying to @PolhomeEditor
"Sorry guys, but we totally screwed this up I'm binning my let's leave the EU and go down fighting, while I advise all UK Businesses to move to the EU & will open up the rubbish dumps for Homeowners like what my colleague Michael Gove suggested". 😜😉
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Richard Woolley 3h
"Numerous sources confirm is deliberately aiming for in order to use extended powers available to it under that scenario. a ploy designed to distract from desired UKoutcome & create false narrative in UK that EU are responsible [for NoDeal]."
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Amanda Webb Oct 13
rally with in Torquay today. So much truth coming out. is not the the public voted for!
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Pad.A 1h
⁦⁩ - no prize for guessing the new plan tomorrow will be called the RIP border or no border Voted to it could be a perfect opportunity to and whole island stay in EU ?
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Your so confident in May yet you have disregarded her assertion that there isn't going to be a 2nd referendum. Perhaps you want to replace her ? You see when fails she's toast
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