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Dr David Nicholl, Esq Sep 11
In light of I repeat the question I asked last week “What level of mortality are you willing to accept in a ?” It remains the ONLY question journalists should be asking, what level of harm are you willing to accept to any politician
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David Schneider Sep 12
I for one am absolutely confident that food and fuel shortages, a lack of medicine, civil unrest, huge delays at ports and airports, massive price hikes and actual deaths won’t phase a nation where people rang 999 when KFC ran out of chicken.
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James Melville Sep 13
Dear Brexiters, if was scaremongering, who were the government trying to scare, given that they never intended to release it?
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Rachel Clarke Sep 13
Wow. Our party of government has literally started doctoring BBC headlines so they now tell lies. Even Trump hasn’t gone this far. You can see precisely why is an anagram of ‘Orwell Mayhem’. Terrifying times.
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Chairman Mardikins Sep 11
Leavers, they lied to all of us. I understand it sucks to admit you believed them, but it's time to face it. There are no sunlit uplands No unicorns No 350m for the NHS could *literally* kill you It's ok to change your mind
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David Lammy Sep 12
. should be in Parliament today answering questions on and the chaos of No Deal Brexit. Instead he lied to the Queen and unlawfully suspended Parliament. We can't let him get away with it.
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Stephen 🔶🎪 🇪🇺#FBPE #Revoker #FreeNazanin 😪 Sep 15
The UK won't exit the EU on 31.10.19. I'll re-post this daily, and as Arron Banks says, "public opinion is like concrete, once it sets you can't shift it". Please feel free to share the same message and see how much concrete we can produce. 👊🏻😉💪🏻
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Antoinette Sandbach Sep 12
Why I am writing to my constituents to say why I now support a
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Dr David Nicholl, Esq Sep 13
Good journos starting to ask the very question I suggested...& politicians DO NOT LIKE IT keep it up!
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Jamie Woodhouse 23h
Many didn't vote on in 2016. Two reasons I've heard: - "I thought Remain would win easily so I didn't need to vote" - "We were promised 'all upsides' and 'exact same benefits' so it didn't seem too critical. Now it's !" Most of them are .
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The Labour Party Sep 12
Has Boris Johnson been lying to the country?
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Sam Davies Sep 11
I apologise profusely to everyone for voting leave in 2016. I did not sign up for this shit. And I want to stop now. . is an astounding, critical & deeply concerning read. Why put the UK through this? Glad I'm
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Matthias Eberl 🇪🇺 Sep 12
A reminder that people went into meltdown when KFC ran out of chicken for a couple of days, when Build-a-Bear had a special sale, and when their advent calendar contained a Bounty. What could possibly go wrong?
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Dr Liz Evenden-Kenyon 🔶️ Sep 13
: *apparently* (in its redacted version) there is mention of: 1. Martial law 2. Significant fuel shortages 3. Unnecessary deaths re drugs & social care. After consideration, I will hand over our findings to mainstream media contact *soon*.
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Matt Sep 12
: This is Govt planning for a no-deal Brexit. It is the likely scenario. An anagram of Yellowhammer is **Orwell Mayhem** : This is the worst case scenario planning and Govt is refusing to realease these documents. An anagram of Blackswan is **Bank Claws**
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sarah murphy 4h
Why is it not screamingly obvious to the entire country that if Brexit were a good thing we would not have: • • our own union at risk • the £ nosediving • Parliament shut down • Govt being taken to court AGAIN? It’s a fucking disaster before it’s even happened.
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Nick Ferrari Sep 12
Surely the solution to the migrant crisis is to hand out the papers free in Calais. NF
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Dr Eric Farmer Sep 14
Why wasn't conducted BEFORE the referendum, and the probability of no-deal realistically assessed? Would Leave really have won? Democracy works, but only if the voters are given the information needed for an informed decision.
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Pauly #FBPE #GTTO🔶🇪🇺🦝 Sep 11
Isn’t it bizarre that half the country wants to save the other half and the other half hate them for it.
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James Deegan MC Sep 12
Life is a risk, there are always things that could happen. If you always planned anything around the potential worst outcome.... you wouldn’t get out of bed in the morning. doesn’t look happy 🤔
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