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Kevin Stewart MSP
Kevin Stewart is the SNP MSP for Aberdeen Central & Scottish Government Minister for Local Government & Housing.
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Kevin Stewart MSP 9h
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Sahil Kapur 11h
Solid NYT alert
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Lewis Goodall 11h
Forget the spin and the other letters. The story of the night is that Boris Johnson has sent the letter and asked for an extension, after saying he never ever would.
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Gillian Martin 11h
What a jolly wheeze. 🙄
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Kevin Stewart MSP 11h
Bozo Johnson is unfit to hold the role of Prime Minister. 88 days of buffoonery, petulance & lies have without doubt shown this to be the case.
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Kevin Stewart MSP 13h
Yet another betrayal by the Tories as Aberdeen’s citizens test centre has only one day available for appointments over the next three months. I have written to the Home Secretary to get this sorted once & for all.
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Donald Tusk 14h
Waiting for the letter. I just talked to PM about the situation after the vote in the House of Commons.
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Stewart McDonald MP 14h
Being told not to ‘dither’ by someone who is on the record as having not voted in the Brexit referendum because she found it too difficult to make a decision on which way to vote is like being told to sit up straight by the Hunchback of Notre Dame.
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Larry the Cat 15h
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Fergus Mutch 16h
While folk in Inverbervie were watching the news earlier, aghast at the brass neck of Boris Johnson as he tried (and failed) to bludgeon through a bad Brexit deal, we were out convincing them why they’d be better served by an SNP MP who puts their interests first.
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Doug Daniel 15h
Encouraging response on the doorsteps in Torry today.
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Ian Blackford 19h
Boris Johnson must now apply for an extension - immediately - as he is instructed by the law. If this Prime Minister fails to do that, and still thinks he is above the law. Then I say, , you'll find yourself in court.
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Kevin Stewart MSP 19h
Sounds like Johnson is going to ignore the law & the will of parliament again by ignoring the Benn Act. Johnson seems to believe that he is above the law & this arrogance quite clearly shows that Britain is broken. It’s time for independence.
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The SNP 19h
❗️ SNP MPs have joined with opposition parties to defeat Boris Johnson's . Boris Johnson now needs to listen to parliament, obey the law and seek an extension from the European Union.
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Nicola Sturgeon 19h
Or perhaps just right!
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Michael Russell 20h
No you haven’t. You have been duped by a Prime Minister who lies to everyone and has just abandoned his closest allies after promising them the earth.
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Paul Robertson 20h
As the Tories show their disdain for Scotland in Westminster today, we’ve been out speaking to folk in about the best way to protect our interests - an independent Scotland where our future is in our hands. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Kevin Stewart MSP 20h
As you sit and watch the House of Commons debate the Tories disastrous Brexit Deal, please take a wee bit of time out & spare a few quid to support the fantastic & his campaign to win Aberdeen South for
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Kevin Stewart MSP Oct 17
When you compare Johnson’s Brexit deal with May’s, I can't see a single thing that is going to lessen the impact of Brexit on Aberdeen & the people who live and work here. It is clearer than ever that the best future for Scotland is as an equal, independent European nation.
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Adam Bienkov 23h
Boris Johnson, who was educated at Eton and Oxford and called his £250,000 a year earnings from the Telegraph “chicken feed", rails against the “elites” in the EU.
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