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Cymru am Byth #FBPE Nov 25
I’ve just been listening to the news on S4C. From the Chancellor’s speech today, Welsh farmers are going to receive £95m less than what they were getting from the EU. Is this the bonus that they were promised before the Referendum?
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Anna Soubry Nov 25
The OBR states a no deal will hit harder than & any deal will cut GDP by 4% It’s irresponsible madness to leave the worlds biggest free trade area when we don’t have to. Utterly shameful that MPs & commentators are largely mute. Future generations will not forgive.
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Simon Gosden. Esq. #fbpe 3.5% 🕷🇪🇺🇬🇧🏴‍☠️🦠🦠 Nov 27
Still the best cartoon
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Simon Coveney Nov 27
Very positive announcement as we prepare for - New Rosslare to Dunkirk ferry route announced as businesses urged to avoid UK landbridge
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RS Archer Nov 25
My cousin in the UK has just received notification from an Italian supplier that this will be their last delivery to his office. The difficulties of shipping outside the EU Customs Union mean, in their words, "It's not economically viable for us"
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Johanna Saunders 3.5% ⚫️🕷🏴🐟🌊 Nov 26
I want to be a member of the European Union. I never want to see another Conservative Government in my life. Tories & Brexit have been undoubtedly the worst thing to EVER happen to the country.
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🔶Jonathan Banks🔶 Parliamentary spokes RNP Nov 26
Sunak won't talk about . Because he knows. His advisors know. The Bank of England know. The OBR know. The press know. If he said what he knows, it would be the beginning of the end of this Govt. And he wants to replace Johnson.
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Peter Foster Nov 26
Scorching from - never too late to start a fact-based conversation about the future
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Eric D 13h
The Party for Business hung British Business out to dry. In 2016 there was no ‘Plan’ other than the richest must get richer. Days to go and there still isn’t. Because it’s an ideology. The Tories are still arguing, today, what really means. And they blame negotiators.
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Mark Tucker 13h
As the government have been too busy to provide a cost benefit analysis for Brexit, I have taken the liberty of summarising it. Enjoy!
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sarah murphy 12h
Replying to @MPIainDS
What’s the point of if, as we come out of the EU, we end up with more bureaucracy and far less control than before? We aren’t even listening to our own experts before rushing into these changes. Everyone sane has called for a full cost/benefit analysis, but you refuse.
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Pembs4EU 🇪🇺 Nov 27
Bad news. This means that freight will divert from the Rosslare to Pembroke and Rosslare to Fishguard routes. The Pembroke to Rosslare route alone supports 500 jobs in Wales of which 400 are in . Thank you so much all you who voted for . This is catastrophic.
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Peter Foster Nov 27
Right. What a week in . First talk of Barnier pulling the plug; and today a big flap over fish. So where are we as M. Barnier boards the Eurostar for London? Well, you guessed it - still stuck on the fundamentals. Why? Well, here's what I know. 1/Thread
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Simon Bye 🎪🔶 15h
"The easiest trade deal in history." Arrogance or simply a lie?
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Brexit Facts4EU.Org 15h
EU now faces triple whammy – No UK trade deal, no money, and 'disintegration'. Hungary & Poland form axis and present beleaguered EU with ultimatum in final days. Your essential Saturday edition of Facts4EU is here:
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progressscotland 9h
There are no negotiations - when Boris Johnson says there are intense negotiations going on, it's a lie - Phillipe Lamberts MEP
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Chrissie 3.5% Grech 🖤 (v) 🇪🇺 🌱 Nov 25
Replying to @JuliaHB1
If you backed despite all the evidence that it would trash the economy & cost more lives than it saves, then DON'T YOU DARE complain about cuts to foreign aid, no pay rises, millions of lost jobs, huge debt & the inevitable future tax rises. YOU OWN IT ALL.
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Anna Soubry Nov 26
This is a very fine example of how to hold a Govt to account. And on it’s all the more important that & their supporters are called out & held to account at every opportunity. Well done
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Neale Richmond Nov 25
Blame the EU? This is an audacious cop out from the man responsible for such preparations. Own your Michael.
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El#FBPE 🕷️🇪🇺 🐟 3.5% 13h
Telling everyone they'll be in lockdown till April conveniently makes Covid the cause of everything that goes wrong in January February +March. Covid is real + dangerous but our govt is also using it as a cover-up any time threatens the headlines. Plse fight back.
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