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Baroness Meyer, CBE
Conservative Peer. Franco-Russian by blood. 100% British by heart. Passionate about keeping London Safe, children's issues and . Wife of
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Apr 18
And even more encouraging if you compare these figures with those of other EU countries!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Apr 18
Maybe a direct consequence of lack of Leadership. As Ken Marsh, chairman of Met Police Federation, said "officers hadn't cleared the protests because the govt and senior officers had not given clear instructions to do so." "We need senior people to say what they want done".
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Christopher Meyer Apr 15
. My heart goes out to the French. Let us pray they get the fire under control.
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Andrew Pierce Apr 14
Families of Hillsborough tragedy were denied legal aid but monster Jihadi bride Shamima Begum gets it. System is a joke
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Leave.EU Apr 13
WATCH | Another weekend, another set of massive protests in France. The French people are sick and tired of their pathetic EU lapdog leader and they won't rest until he's booted out of office! Wonder why the BBC isn't covering this... 🤔
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Apr 10
"Brussels has taught us a lesson in how not to deal with a member state that wants to leave. The problem is not on the British side. The problem is on the EU side,” said Günter Verheugen, Germany’s veteran ex-commissioner. via
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Roger Helmer Apr 9
BBC: “A Customs Union gets rid of the need for import duties”. No it doesn’t. It MAINTAINS import duties (the Common External Tariff) on the majority of our imports.
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Sam Webber Apr 4
Here is a clip of the letter from :
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Christopher Meyer Apr 3
I can't help thinking that all this parliamentary and democratic turmoil is fundamentally positive. It's drain-cleaner sent through the furred pipes of the British democratic system. Instead of mocking, Brussels should recognise it needs this as much, if not more, than we do.
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Apr 4
My letter in today's Times to set the record straight about my friendship with the Prime Minister (see no 7):
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Philip May Apr 1
I'm voting for another large gin and tonic
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Apr 1
A MUST watch clip which speaks loudly for itself.
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 30
Replying to @ForgyDoggy
Thank you. This is very kind of you.
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 30
to think that if you just had agreed to an end date to the backstop...can you seriously continue to blame and ?
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 30
Three in five party members back May's deal. It has a majority among them for the first time. | Conservative Home
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 29
- You do not need to be Theresa May "close personal friend" to defend her!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 29
. You do not need to be Theresa May's "close personal friend" to defend her!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 28
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 28
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Mar 28
Yes, the time has come to be rational and to compromise by accepting the WA.
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