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Haggis_UK - #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 21h
Lord Heseltine - The man in the desert is free, he is sovereign, he can do nothing because he has no power.. to talk about sovereignty in the absence of power is to live in a world of fiction.
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Sean's Sweary Tweets 20h
Don’t you fucking dare try to claim that you, the Tories and that vile twat Esther McVey are champions of the disabled. Just don’t fucking dare. You’ve treated disabled people so badly, the UN have called it a humanitarian crisis. Fucking Tory cunts.
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Sean's Sweary Tweets 20h
Jeremy Corbyn: “Even your own MPs think you’re a shower of shite and your Brexit deal is bollocks.” Theresa May: “Taking back control, Labour are frustrating the will of the people. Wibble.” You’re finished love. Grab your coat and fuck off quietly into the night.
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Richard Burgon MP 20h
It’s a hate fest from the desperate, imploding Tories at Red faced Tory MPs screaming across the House of Commons Chamber about socialism The Tories are divided, stuck in the past and in terminal political decline. An Election will bring the curtain down on this debacle
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Jack D 🌹| #GTTO | 20h
It's a weekly embarrassment that Bercow has to shout to the house to shut the fuck up when someone's speaking. The Tory old boy's club benches are a recurring embarrassment to this country.
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Femi 19h
They have the Brexit deal. And they're not even letting us see it. Is that democracy? They're not even letting parliament see it. Is that Parliamentary Sovereignty?
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Adam Bienkov 20h
That was Jeremy Corbyn's best performance for many months. Tory MPs looking very stony-faced.
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Angela Rayner 20h
Shouting and rowdy bluff from Tory MPs on the virtues of "unfettered free market economics" the Tories really are living in the past, do they not see this nonsense has been a complete disaster for ordinary people
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The Labour Party 20h
We respect the referendum result. But we do not accept that this is a choice between ’s botched deal or no deal. If this Brexit deal doesn’t meet our six tests and work for the whole country, then we will vote against it.
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Femi 19h
No, Theresa May. You CANNOT say that your Brexit Deal is in the interests of the British people, when YOU OWN EXPERTS say it will hurt British people!! You are simply lying!
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Robert Peston 20h
As expected, tells that the Scottish government wants the same backstop deal as Northern Ireland which would keep it in customs union and single market for goods
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simong 20h
Blimey. Corbyn is nailing this.
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Joan Smith 20h
Corbyn; will it be the sovereign right of the U.K. Parliament to unilaterally withdraw from the backstop? May; waffle Corbyn; that non answer confirms the U.K. won’t have that right.
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Corbyn has been far too equivocal on Brexit for months but, now the moment demands it, he is being forensic and persistent. At long last.
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As usual and on cue Tory MPs admonished by the speaker for trying to shout down when he responds to the PM. The Tory MPs have little to say so they resort to booing and hissing, it's like being at a second rate pantomime
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Great ambiguity in ’s reply to Ken Clarke about when she intends to speak to MPs in the Commons about the Brexit deal that she wants to publish after Cabinet today. As he implies, this isn’t exactly parliament taking back control
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