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Apollon101 Mar 19
The Tory Cabinet took 2 yrs to decide what deal they wanted. The PM's took 2 days & 2 Ministerial resignations to unravel. The she said was the best deal was crushingly defeated by 230 &149 votes.....but somehow it's all Bercow's fault?
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Philip Lowe #GTTO Mar 25
has declared that a "Crash-Out No-Deal Brexit" is now the Gove...I mean Gov't policy
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Philip Lowe #GTTO Mar 25
is now and blame Corbyn....as per instructions.....
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Christopher May - No to #Brexit - No to #Austerity Dec 30
What does fiasco tell us: a) things are desperate when this looks like a solution? b) is this a corrupt gift to 'friends'? c) Again, is seeking to make look so implausble that is only option, discounting a
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PhatzNewsRoom May 28
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Fat Mar 23
whose ambition made he stab in back then in back & then backed & is now seen as possible new PM to replace . Question is everyone at Tory HQ mad? Also how does this change numbers in Parliament?
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𝐋𝐞𝐱𝐱𝐢𝐨𝐧.𝐞𝐮 May 9
🔓🌟 Read an open-access article “The Fall and Rise of State Aid in Brexit Britain: The Chequers Plan” in EStAL 3/18 now:
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FitzCracker Jan 15
Replying to @Channel4News
is better than a bad House speech and backing Sitting on the fence, prevarication, delay, refusing to plan for no deal, kicking votes and decisions into the long grass 2 long years saying one thing and doing another has played with lives!
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Rory Maw Jan 17
Which is essentially plan of and before May pulled stunt
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FitzCracker Dec 12
Replying to @DrBrendanMoore
After After throwing away 20pt poll lead After House speech After speech After better than a talk After going behind her Secretary back and presenting After commuting to a backstop Now she realises?
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Harry Dec 5
Replying to @theresa_may
It’s a matter of dividing and sacrifice ostensibly! Either the people all over again or NI from UK. I reckon the people, DUP, MPs and etc. prefer the former. No deal is better than a bad deal.
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Rory Maw Jan 17
Come off it, David, you’re better than that. You know, everyone knows, that May/Robbins ran parallel strategy to undercut . How else did suddenly appear? and knew nothing of it. Same done to Please stick to facts!
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Grace Mar 15
Replying to @_boxrecords
Will it be an Ambitious managed divergence
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Collin La Mey Dec 11
: There has to be a reason why The does not want to let go of that phony deal signed by . That & that ridiculous is a win-win for The EU. Get rid of it & !!
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Julie Williams Apr 11
Replying to @or_pip @theresa_may
Sabotaged delivery from within exit dates Give upperhand Embarrassed Produced Produced Said Lied
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Julie Williams Mar 24
Replying to @spectator
Gove had one role as a Brexiteer to hold the PM accountable to achieving the best deal & blew it, he backslided & backed May's giving a green light to what we have now a rejoin Treaty inferior to the existing membership. No Gove isn't a caretaker PM he's Uriah Heep
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Dr. Matthew Swann® Dec 14
lies. And why am I a member of the still? I still hope that will rescue this atrocious May fiasco.
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EvilDave Jan 17
Here's the , just to refresh your memory: May wanted/wants to have an EU/UK 'customs partnership' instead of a 'customs union' and a 'free trade area' instead of a 'single market'. Can you spot the difference ? 😱
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Julie Williams Jun 3
Replying to @RoryStewartUK
Q7. Only are calling a bad deal a deal, mistake is your own making from day 1 Cameron with no plan bcos he never thought Remain wld lose. May's pretending its what people voted for.
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Richard de Gerber Mar 29
prepare for opposition if leads you into a election
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