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Briefcase Michael 7h
Macron: "As you decided to leave you cannot be part of the Single Market." Exactly what Corbyn says and for which he is constantly derided.
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Laura C #FBPE 7h
Monsieur Macron had to travel to UK to tell us *again* what the EU has been telling us for more than a year and a half: to have full access to SM, you must contribute to the budget and accept the 4 freedoms. Not possible to have your cake and eat it!
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pete best 7h
James Cleverley saying its "fundamentally dishonest" for Labour to tax the rich to pay for the NHS and not the poor...there you have it folks...
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Brian Harris 7h
Watching Macron. OMG is this what leaders of other countries are like? Appear to have some semblance of personality. Speak with clarity and answer questions. Appear human. Can we have one of those please?
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Alan Ol 7h
Macron hitting the nail on the head about reasons for vote. You ask unhappy people a straight yes no question on whether they want everything to stay the same, see what you get.
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Not So Strong 8h
James Cleverly - tasked with improving the Tory party image - defended Ben Bradshaw's comments about poor people needing vasectomies. He said he thought the point was "spot on". He is demonstrating how deep the sense of superiority is with Tories.
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Debbie Abrahams MP 7h
Rubbish James Cleverly! We are very clear who would pay more. Where were the Tories costings for their manifesto? From last 8 years it's clear - under Tories it will continue to be people on lowest incomes who will pay!
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Rachael #DKNY #YSL #FCUK 8h
Please retweet this if you agree that the NHS must be the default provider for health care services, now and always.
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Alastair Campbell 7h
. calmly and politely exposing the nonsense of the government’s Brexit delusions
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ARTIST TAXI DRIVER 7h
John McDonnell is so impressive he’s a statesman a leader he’s the People’s Chancellor
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David Vance 7h
Macron sneering that those who voted to Brexit were "old" and "working class" shows the contempt he holds us in. Sod off, Monsieur.
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Sebastian Payne 7h
Without going all fanboy, is a class act. Engaging and interesting interview with . If only British politics could throw up someone similar.
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Twitter Moments UK & Ireland 6h
Nothing but respect for THEIR president- viewers definitely took a shine to Macron.
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Not So Strong 9h
Jacob Rees-Mogg has proposed a finance bill which gives tax relief to billionaire Brexit donors!! The UK is suffering under 8yrs of austerity, yet the likes of Rees-Mogg still push 'trickle down' ideology to benefit only the super-rich
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Tom Newton Dunn 7h
Think what you like about Macron, but by God he answers a straight question. Our obfuscating politicians need to learn how to do that fast
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BBC News (UK) 7h
"I do respect this vote, I do regret this vote, and I would love to welcome you again" - French President tells
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BBC News (UK) 7h
"You can't have full access to the single market if you don't tick the box" - French President Emmanuel Macron tells
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Not So Strong Jan 13
Leading civil rights bodies warn that a raft of rights will be jettisoned with no adequate replacement once the EU Withdrawal bill becomes law and UK leaves the EU. The bill will remove EU charter of fundamental rights from law.
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Julia Hartley-Brewer Jan 14
Why does Andrew keep saying “when we leave the EU - if we leave the EU”? What’s the “if” about? We’re leaving.
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Briefcase Michael Jan 14
Tories like Brandon Lewis can't grasp that it's the Tory message that repulses most young people not how it's presented on social media.
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