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Rachael Swindon #GTTO Oct 21
When you realise hard-right dullard Dominic Raab has somehow ended up as the Minister for exiting the European Union it’s then, and only then, you realise the Tories have one giant never ending conveyor belt of inept awfulness.
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C0RBYNAT0R Oct 14
This is what they don't want you to know: The Conservatives have borrowed more in the last 7 years than ALL Labour Governments did in 33 years! 😲 Conservatives: £670 Billion in the last 7 years (2010-17) Labour:£500 Billion in 33 years
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Oct 13
. have a duty to launch a criminal investigation into pro-Brexit campaigns - after Electoral Commission noted “serious breaches in the Law” This is in the national interest.
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Jonathan Gullis Oct 21
People never mention the details of what a Remain vote would have meant. The EU wants an ever closer union. Would we have to join the Euro? Would we have to help create an EU Army as Junker wants? There are endless questions about the EU’s future which are unanswered.
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Oct 13
A beautiful reminder of what is possible when fellow human beings, friends, stand up for one another & say no to what is wrong. Irish students save their classmate from deportation by campaigning relentlessly & applying pressure to politicians.❤️
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Paul Masterton MP Oct 7
Suppose it's helpful to learn on that if there's ever a vote for independence, the First Minister is of the view we should have another referendum on the terms of our divorce from the rest of the UK. Unless she's only in favour of rerunning referendums she loses?... 🤔
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BBC Politics Oct 7
"I think Scottish independence will happen" it is inevitable - tells
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jack scht Oct 7
What a pity we can't vote for and the in England. They'd win a landslide.
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Jack D 🌹| #GTTO | Oct 7
Whatever you think of her, Nicola Sturgeon knows how to handle the media. She's got an answer to everything throws at her. Actual answers, not the guff and rehearsed soundbites Tories learn pre-interview.
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and rue the day Oct 7
To hell with Scottish Independance - let's just move the border to Land's End & have as our leader!
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Darren Grimes Oct 7
The SNP crave independence from Westminster, desperate to take back control of the “democratic deficit” from a greedy and out-of-touch London, only to give away that control to a remote, unaccountable and out-of-touch bureaucracy in Brussels.
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Briefcase Michael Oct 7
I've no problem with forcefully challenging Sturgeon. Just wish he'd done the same with Brandon Lewis.
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Steve Topple Oct 7
RANCID: Labour accuse Theresa May of a ‘con’. And WTF the Observer is doing no one knows. My reaction to the fluff piece from May in the . The Canary. Doing the job the Guardian should be. Do read/share
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Sharon Gathercole Oct 7
No wonder they don’t ask onto very often!! Head and shoulders above any other leader, no dodging questions, she talks sense and is articulate. The hashtag is full of English people who wish they had her.
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Hicham Yezza Oct 21
“Given than many jobs depend on Saudi contracts...” begins his question on UK response to “... the huge number of jobs that depend on it ..” says Dominic Raab supportively in his reply. The arms industry account for 0.2% of UK jobs.
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Paul Middleton Oct 7
.: "I've read the letter in full, , not just the extract you've read out!"
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Twitter Moments UK & Ireland Oct 7
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says her party would back a second referendum on Brexit if it came up in the House of Commons.
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Marion Oct 21
Raab confirms that parliament meaningful vote is a binary - Accept the deal & leave. Reject the deal & leave. There's nothing meaningful about that & voting down the deal won't stop brexit. Slow or sudden death for the UK
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Joel #PeoplesVote Oct 22
It should have been, but it’s been pushed into the background, his front bench banned from attending the march or even discussing it. Not a peep out of any of them except Starmer when he was asked on .
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Peter Hughes Oct 7
. says Universal Credit works. More lies and deceit. Under Theresa May & the a punishing austerity regime was born along with a disastrous system that has seen a devastating rise in homelessness, unemployment & poverty. Pull the other one Brandon.
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