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Haggis_UK #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 May 19
Anna Soubry - In the event of a I'm going to put the country 1st & I won't hesitate to as the Govt own assessment shows would be a catastrophe for the country.
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Femi May 16
treats the British people like idiots. It says: "We got you to vote Brexit by saying we'd be able to negotiate any deal we like on our terms. We were proven wrong. But let's leave without a deal because then we'd be able to negotiate any deal we like on our terms."
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❄️Daniel Blake❄️ #FBPE ❄️ #VoteRemain May 14
Sure you voted for a in 2016 18 months before any politician even suggested it In fact all literature g’teed a deal with EU, before we triggered And man-of-the-v-rich-public-school-millionaires Farage demanded it didn’t he?
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Haggis_UK #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 12h
James O'Brien - It's utterly despicable to see Tory leadership candidates backing a simply to get the top job... even though they know it's going to do immeasurable harm to the national interest & the economy.
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Ensors Charity & NFP 2m
No-deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’ for charities, warns CFG from
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Stuart 1h
I voted for over 20 years however I can no longer feel I can do this so today I'll be voting for the .Until the can deliver on democracy with a then you will no longer have my support and my vote
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Femi May 20
Why is so offensive? Because the debate over whether we'd get everything we wanted from the Brexit process tore our country apart. You don't get to be wrong in a debate so destructive and then intentionally inflict the consequences of your wrongness on the country.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Brexit 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 May 21
*Livelihood Once we leave the EU there will be new opportunities outside of the EU. WTO then build up!
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Brexit 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 May 21
Replying to @happyhippy2015
Who cares about the economy, we have too many of these stupid shops and restaurants!
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Wendy Wingad Save Our Democracy 13h
EU State aid rules make help to British Steel illegal & only way to escape EU state aid rules is via a May's deal recreates state aid & rather surprisingly wants to keep to EU state aid rules - unbelievable
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Michael Williams 5m
is deluded & way off mark if believing her appeasing 'deal' in any way honours the clean that 17.4 million voted for. Vote 🇬🇧
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Herculean May 20
The result of EUref was Philip Hammond issues warning to Boris over No Deal via
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Climate Chris 48m
you are not delivering Brexit. You are back tracking all the time. There cannot be a second Referendum. If you allow one will be lining up for another one and you will send this country into chaos
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#IstandwithJackieWalker 1h
Never trust them! Vote get and Farage
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Cecilia Bartholemew May 14
is now the only possible- it can happen as soon as the end of May if we pull out of - that's what would do !
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Femi May 18
If was really a good thing for the UK & what people wanted, we can could do it at any time! We could revoke Article 50, have a referendum on No Deal SPECIFICALLY, then just leave. Instead we're deliberately mis-using the votes of people who voted expecting a deal
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Andrew Godsell #JC4PM #GTTO #Lexit 16m
Replying to @ToryFibs
on the cards after May goes unless we stop the Tories.
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Jacqui 7h
Oh please!! Go find a corner and lay down and take Corbyn with you!! Do not come out until we say so! Pair of imbeciles I would rather eat a meal from burger king than listen to yr begging nonsense AGAIN!
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Johann Ketel May 20
Replying to @johannketel
Hmm, let’s look at this in more detail in the context of a global car industry and supply chains: UK car manufacturers are mostly foreign owned and use a transnational supply chains for car parts and components. After a these parts will become liable to tariffs. /2
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Stuart Mudd 10h
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