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Gina Miller Aug 18
Free movement for EU citizens will end on day 1 of under new plans despite warnings of chaos & people who have lived, loved & contributed to the UK being in legal limbo. Shameful 2
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Mark Drakeford Aug 12
In all my political career, I’ve never seen anything as reckless as this UK Government’s determination to pursue a . It’s time for to stop the bluster & the bluff, & change course immediately to avoid the damage a no deal would cause Wales & the UK.
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Our Future, Our Choice Aug 17
At the end of July 2016: 17% of LEAVE VOTERS wanted a No-Deal exit from the EU. 62% of LEAVE VOTERS wanted a simple Free Trade deal with the EU. 13% of LEAVE VOTERS wanted some kind of associate membership of the EU.
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Gina Miller Aug 18
mention base scenario not worst case 6 mths ago you said farmers may never recover from Have the courage to tell the truth & let people make informed choices.
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Dr Lauren Gavaghan Aug 18
As a doctor, it saddens & terrifies me that Boris Johnson & co. are willingly hurtling the country towards a - when it is known that medicine supplies may face “severe delays” Parliament must be recalled.
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Femi Aug 18
Johnson is accusing those who leaked info about the effect of of undermining the negotiations. What f***** negotiations!?! You're driving the country towards a cliff with no intention of braking and you're blaming the passengers for looking out the front window!!
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LBC Aug 15
After Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson refused to back Jeremy Corbyn's plan to stop a no-deal Brexit, David Lammy told her: "If you can work with the Tories for five years, you can work with Jeremy Corbyn for a few weeks." |
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Femi Aug 15
Dear , PM Johnson has a majority of ONE MP. You all know how much would hurt the UK population. So if not one of you quits to stop the impending No-Deal, it means ALL of you consider your party affiliation to be more important than the United Kingdom.
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Jane Dodds AS/MP 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇺🔶 Aug 18
The is shocking and confirms the real damage poses to our communities. But what is more shocking is that our own Government is willing to pursue it despite knowing these risks. Anyone still supporting should be ashamed of themselves.
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Joanna Cherry QC MP Aug 13
We’re in court this morning for 1st hearing of the cross party legal action to prevent Boris Johnson from frustrating parliamentary democracy to engineer a . & I can’t be there today but we know the legal team will do a great job
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Dr Philippa Whitford Aug 13
Hancock KNOWS the health risks of - but he’s happy to plough on to keep his job!
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Roger Da Costa Aug 18
60% of our trade is with non-EU countries on WTO rules. There are no queues at the ports, no shortages or delays. Why will it be any different if we leave the European Union on a No Deal?
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Roger Da Costa Aug 18
80% of the worlds economies are outside of the EU's single market. 99% of businesses in the UK are SMEs, only 6% of them export to the EU.
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Femi Aug 20
A signature on a blank cheque can never be deemed legitimate consent. We signed that ballot without knowing what EU-UK relationship would replace the current one. It is a corruption of democracy to pretend we consented to this. That goes for both Deal-Brexit AND .
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Femi Aug 13
You only have 2 choices if you're promoting : 1️⃣ Admit all Brexit voters were lying when they told us the EU need us more than we need them so we'd get any deal we want 2️⃣ Admit Leavers are the victims of a bait'n'switch con, as this isn't what they voted for either
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Femi Aug 19
Replying to @BorisJohnson
Explain to me Alex... How are you going to restore trust in democracy by forcing the very you reassured people would never happen?
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Femi Aug 20
PICK ONE! We're either a representative democracy where we elect MPs to make decisions on our behalf, in which case, most MPs oppose so it can't happen. Or we're a direct/popular democracy, in which case anti-no-deal manifestos got 54% of votes so it can't happen.
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Loz Argyle ⚓ Aug 15
I'd like Jo Swinson to answer one question, how the hell does she think she can stop a without the support of ?
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Femi Aug 20
Replying to @JamesCleverly
🤣THAT'S AMAZING🤣 "Politicians don’t get to choose which votes they respect." James Cleverly you told me you were going to ignore the votes of the 54% who voted for manifestos that ruled out , choosing to only respect the PRIOR Brexit vote.
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Professor Ian Donald Aug 20
The do a piece on the impact of on farming. They interview two farmers. How did they manage to find two farmers who support brexit and no deal brexit in Scotland and Northern Ireland - two strongly remain counties? Must have taken some research.
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