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Molly Giles May 3
Our worst local election results in 25 years - no clearer message that our voters have no confidence in the Party as currently constituted. May has accepted that she is leaving; what is her the purpose of her remaining any longer?
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Margot Parker May 11
Replying to @JuliaHB1
The constant prevarication of PM and this apology of a Govt is an insult to us all
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Molly Giles May 7
Spoke to a Party stalwart today and whilst we disagree on Brexit, we both strongly agreed that
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Nancy E 🇨🇦 Jul 17
Replying to @CanuckTraveler
98% of goods are being traded free of tariffs under a provisional order. 13/28 countries have ratified, including Canada. This NDP/GPC election year stunt will cost jobs, compromise existing & growing trading relationships & impact business & GDP growth.
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Bob Moran May 23
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Jake Findlater May 17
Thank Heavens the electorate didn't grant Theresa May a majority in the last election. Who knows what level of crippling damage she would have done to the country.
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Roger Teague May 4
Replying to @paulrey99
It more than stinks. Technically I maintain that if China wanted to intrusively spy on us there are many other opportunities other that 5G but to turn you back on the 5 Eyes in favour of a duplicitous EU is unforgivable
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Steven George-Hilley Apr 17
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Christine May 6
“We have to make a change… the [1922] committee has to sit again now, urgently, and decide that either [Theresa May] sets the immediate date for departure or, I’m afraid, we must do it for her.” via
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Lorana Padwick May 9
A truly stupid decision by our PM and her government. One of many. We need to bury the for good.
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Elke Babiuk Jul 18
What Singh and May did behind PMJT's and Canadas' back is unconscionable. We need to reduce our dependence on U.S. exports and imports.
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(((Dawn Butler MP))) May 24
The Prime Minister reminds me of an ex boyfriend. Getting me all exited then nothing happens.
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William Hudson May 21
The only plausible explanation can be that May has put 10 grand on the Conservative Party to get less than 10% vote share on Thursday.
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𝕄𝕖𝕝𝕚𝕤𝕤𝕒 🍯🐝 Jun 18
Sorry, but the people who spent the last year tweeting don’t get to tweet “is it too late to keep her” now they’re seeing the shit show they’re getting in her place. You were literally warned what was waiting in the wings. You brought this on yourselves.
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Colin Valley #CorbynOutrider May 23
Do you remember losing that job and getting 6 weeks to pack your bags? And getting paid? And got to decide who would replace you? And hosted dignitaries in the meantime? No. Me neither. Get the fuck out. Now.
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Bob Moran May 17
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Tory Resurgence #StandUp4Brexit May 19
Theresa May is deluded if she thinks the nation still wants her.
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Tory Resurgence #StandUp4Brexit May 19
Instead of being mortified into resignation by her summons to the 1922 Committee...an undeterred Mrs May has not deviated from her main aim of forcing her BRINO ‘deal’ through Parliament, using whatever dishonest means it takes, by 31 July.
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Dinah Glover May 8
Mrs May confirmed again she will resign when stage 1 of Brexit negotiations completed. That is the problem, the vast majority of the Party vehemently disagree with her negotiations so far, so we certainly don’t want her to complete the catastrophe.
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Anna May 8
Replying to @owenjbennett
OMG, the unwanted guest at a party. Take the hint woman.
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