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Joanna Cherry QC Dec 19
Replying to @joannaccherry
Which court is next in the Trump Tories sights I wonder? The Court of Session who also called out their undemocratic ? Fortunately it’s position is protected by the Act of Union... problem is Tories don’t respect that...
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Joanna Cherry QC Jan 1
The legal challenge to the of Parliament was a response to abuse of the constitution for party political purposes. It’s the judiciary’s responsibility in a democracy to uphold the so let’s not fall for sophistry
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Joanna Cherry QC Dec 16
Replying to @joannaccherry
Which is what I & my colleagues did with the case. We restored democracy so parliament could perform its proper function. Independence is a political decision for the people of Scotland not for a court
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Bob Moran Sep 28
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Slough for Europe 🇪🇺🎪 Sep 28
"The PM did not apologise. He did not show humility. He instead doubled down. Johnson’s Commons appearance on Wednesday evening delivered the most repulsive parliamentary spectacle this country has seen in our lifetimes."
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Lionel Barber Sep 26
Language matters. Boris Johnson is prime minister not a hack columnist playing with words. A Brexit deal can only pass parliament with cross party support. Whether by ignorance or design, his performance last night in the house of commons has made that impossible
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Peter Nimmo Oct 8
Is it just me, or does Day seem to come round quicker every year? It's also far too commercialised- it's losing its spiritual meaning. And should news readers still be forced to wear tricorn hats during the season? BTW they're called Prorogation pies...
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Thom Jackson-Wood 🎪 🖤 Oct 10
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Had been attacked or killed as a result, would have been charged with inciting assault or murder.
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Aaron Rankin Oct 8
So time for another go at today, I take it someone has checked with the to make sure this one is all kosher or that they aren’t going to make a law preventing it out of thin air again.
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Peter Brookes Sep 26
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Dr Philippa Whitford Sep 25
Interesting, reporter doesn’t bother to hang around to hear the Westminster Leader of Scotland‘s largest party or our fabulous colleague
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Graeme Cowie Oct 8
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Brian Finlay Oct 7
That moment when you reflect on life choices and what you’re doing with your career...
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Marcus Foo Sep 27
So.....y’all know that I love to commentate on , but then I found this priceless clip off of explaining the and it’s fantastic. Let’s call it, “How To Describe The Eu” shall we? 😆 PT1 ⬇️
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🐟KT #BellaCiao Parker Oct 6
Replying to @LBC @darrenadam
Johnson has insulted the Queen with an unlawful , "daring" her to sack him & threatening to "squat" in N°10 if he's ousted as PM for breaking the law. PLEASE let's have a new PM: Dominic Grieve, Margaret Beckett, Harriet Harman, Ed Miliband, Ken Clarke or John Bercow
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Nexus Chambers Sep 26
Our Head of Chambers, Michael Mansfield QC, writing in today’s Times on the Supreme Court judgment. .
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Bob Moran Sep 25
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Simon Bye 🎪🔶 Oct 8
Can we officially rename the to a party political broadcast for the Party?
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David Linden MP Oct 8
Whilst a bunch of unelected Peers are sitting in ermine robes and doffing their caps in the House of Lords for , I’m back in chapping doors and speaking to constituents.
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RemainerNow - #HoldThemToAccount Oct 8
PLEASE HELP. We at Remainer Now want to tell the EU that the UK is RemainerNow! We need £5k to take a group of 12 RNs to Brussels to talk to MEPs from across Europe. Can you help? £4.7k raised so far - 6 days to go!
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