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🕊️ Diana Di Giovanni🌹#GTTO #JC4PM2019 Mar 19
Replying to @DiaDiGiovanni
A spokesperson for the The Labour Party said the leaders all affirmed their common opposition to the govt's botched deal or a outcome. Should there not be a majority in Parliament for May's deal or a , Corbyn called on the other parties to engage constructively
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Dread Mar 18
Replying to @Sandbach
This whole thing as a joke!!No exit plan in place from the very start,now WE the public are going to be screwed over by someone NOBODY elected into power.All because she's scared of a !Serve your country not your backbenchers and yourself!
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Jac Husebo Mar 19
Biggest lie perpetuated by Brexiteers is BULLSHIT means different things for different people. I’m a remainer who wanted to respect the referendum but im edging towards a .
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E Ring Mar 12
Shame the people of this country don’t get the chance to vote on this dreadful political sham
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🕊️ Diana Di Giovanni🌹#GTTO #JC4PM2019 7h
Just a reminder on what she was 'prepared' to do on back in January😠😑😒😓😠She's a serious threat to this country and she needs to go, FFS!!!!
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Grant Mar 14
Replying to @BBCBreaking
When will may realise her deal is more dead than the dinosaurs 🦖
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Jez55 Mar 17
This has to an act of Treachery, the PM’s attempt to bounce Parliament into accepting her ‘None-Deal’ is beyond reason. The public should not and will not these political shenanigans and there is a real disconnect between the electorate and the elected .
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Luke Dady Mar 14
This is like being at uni, waiting until three days before the deadline, and then beginning to write a dissertation. And then asking your tutor for more time. And you're trying to convince everyone about the merits of chocolate teapots.
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Ruth #Remainer Mar 13
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Jane Austin Mar 13
Replying to @DavidLammy
Tell your party leader that! I’m right with you
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Devesh Thakkar Mar 15
Best description I’ve heard about Brexit is that the UK is like a college student. Has been given an assignment to do with a deadline set but on the last day asking the teacher for an extension!
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Quoraquestioner 7h
Question on : I think not… but, should the U.K. public vote to revoke article 50?
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🕊️ Diana Di Giovanni🌹#GTTO #JC4PM2019 Mar 19
Replying to @DiaDiGiovanni
...to find a Parliamentary majority for a close economic relationship w/ the that can work for the whole country. The party leaders discussed efforts to ensure May's deal would be put to a if she's able to force it through parliament w/ threats and phoney bribes.
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sylvie vo Mar 17
likely to back on 's deal, says
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allison sarah craig Mar 17
Replying to @theJeremyVine
And doesn’t seem to be spoken about on news programmes too much, a very weird government!! Frightening they’re in charge. I do not think the MPs votes represent the proper public views atall, more their own! Needs
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Bill Williams Mar 13
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
It’s important you keep your promise for a
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SkinnyWhiteBook Mar 14
Replying to @SkinnyWhiteTabl
But brexit is delayed till 30th of June. Labour will most likely go for a if that will work out. I imagine it won’t
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Craig David Donovan Mar 14
What happens if we go to a and we still vote for ?
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John Darville #FBPE Mar 14
has obviously never heard the definition on insanity...
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Chris Simpson Mar 14
Tonight at 5pm MPs have an opportunity to vote on a 2nd referendum. This must be passed so the public can vote again. But this time with far more knowledge of what it's about. That's democracy.
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