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Jon Stone
Europe Correspondent at jon.stone@independent.co.uk
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Jon Stone 9h
Replying to @eScarry
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Jon Stone 9h
Replying to @joncstone
This is in reference to this interesting story:
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Jon Stone 9h
Replying to @moutajup
there's a report in HuffPo suggesting its apparently happening
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Jon Stone 9h
if Theresa May is telling Tory rebels she’ll go back to Brussels and negotiate a better Brexit deal if they hold off, she is once again writing cheques she can’t cash
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YouGov 15h
The British public does not back Theresa May's Brexit deal Support - 19% Oppose - 42% Don't know - 39% 42% of Leave voters oppose the deal, as do 47% of Remain voters
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Nick Gutteridge 11h
EU ambassadors reconvene at 8am tomorrow to discuss Withdrawal Agreement & Political Declaration on future. May not be plain sailing by any stretch - number of Member States unhappy about woolly framework for trade deal. They may suggest amendments that need to be agreed by UK.
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Jon Stone 11h
Whatever your opinion of Theresa May, on a human level you have to admit that anyone as anti-immigrant as her deserves to have an awful day like this at least once a month
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Jon Stone 14h
Sky Data poll finds a majority now want to stop Brexit 54% – No Brexit 32% – No-deal 14% – Theresa May’s deal
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Jon Stone 15h
Replying to @willjgore
and he was the second one, the first one apparently didn’t know what a customs union was
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Jon Stone 15h
We are prepared for Britain to cancel Brexit, says EU council president Donald Tusk
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Dawn Foster 18h
Unlikely Gove will accept Brexit job, but worth remembering he called the Good Friday Agreement a “moral stain” and compared it to appeasement of Nazis
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Jon Stone 17h
Replying to @joncstone
I am pretty across the Schleswig-Holstein question and trust me, this is way more esoteric
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Jon Stone 18h
This has all got pretty serious considering it is really an argument about whether people transporting animal products across the Irish Sea by boat will have to negotiate a bit of extra bureaucracy
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Jon Stone 18h
Brexit deal 'best we can do' given Theresa May’s red-lines, EU says
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Jon Stone 18h
European Parliament president Antonio Tajani says Brexit deal reflects the fact “that any outcome will be inferior to full membership”
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Jon Stone 19h
Withdrawal agreement mandates the UK to "refrain, during the transition period, from any action or initiative which is likely to be prejudicial to the [European] Union's interests"
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Ashley Cowburn 19h
Theresa May looks utterly defeated in the Commons as she continues to fend off hostile questions from all sides of the House on her Brexit agreement. Labour MPs offering "sympathy" and saying they "feel sorry for her" while a Tory MP threatens a no-confidence vote.
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Jon Stone 20h
EU Commission spokesperson: “I understand that there is an interest for us to become some sort of commentators on current affairs currently taking place in Westminster but I am not going to do that”
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Jon Stone 20h
EU Commission spokesperson on resignations: "We are not going to comment on any of the internal political developments in the United Kingdom. Our negotiating partner is prime minister May and the UK government. We will continue, as we have been, to work in good faith with them."
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Jon Stone 20h
EU Commission spokesperson, asked what role Dominic Raab had in negotiating the agreements: “I’m not going to rank the individual contributions of these layers of negotiations. That’s not for me.”
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