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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 Jun 18
In reality, is the Revoke candidate though he won't admit it. But that is the logic of his position: he is against no deal and supports May’s un-ratifiable agreement. As for his people's assembly, it is pure fantasy, not the pragmatic realism he preaches.
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Christopher Meyer Jun 12
Beth, for Pete's sake, it's lying low, not 'laying low'!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 11
very good on his feet but talking about fantasy vs reality: if the EU27 refuse to extend A50 and refuse to reopen the WA, then no-deal will be forced on us. Even by joining Corbyn's initiative, he CANNOT stop no deal. That is the reality!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 11
very good on his feet but talking about fantasy vs reality: if the EU27 refuse to extend A50 and refuse to reopen the WA, then no-deal will be forced on us. Even by joining Corbyn's initiative, he CANNOT stop no deal. That is the reality!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 11
Only Boris Johnson as leader can address voters' anger by repairing trust and delivering Brexit via
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Tim Montgomerie Jun 9
Think before you Tweet, Rory. Boris is not Nigel Farage and you shouldn’t be drafting attack lines for Labour to use later.
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Christopher Meyer Jun 8
Merci, Michel, for that helpful intervention. So, the unnegotiable confronts the unratifiable. Impasse = no deal.
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Tim Montgomerie Jun 6
Nine out of ten panelists in last fortnight voted Remain. The BBC calls it public service broadcasting. It isn’t. It isn’t even close.
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 5
But you must also remember that without the sacrifices of the Russian soldiers who fought in WW2 we may not have defeated the Nazis.
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 5
Very impressive performance by Rishi Sunak MP on who did not allow himself to be knocked off balance by aggressive questioning by
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Kate Hoey Jun 3
Saddened by the hysterical reaction to visit of by some Labour colleagues A democratically elected President of our closest ally should be welcomed whether we agree with his views or not. HM the Queen shows the world the nature of the U.K.
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Christopher Meyer Jun 2
My piece on Trump this morning.
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Julia Hartley-Brewer Jun 2
Isn’t it the Queen who rolls out the red carpet?
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 2
Can’t disagree with that!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE Jun 1
The RCGP’s ridiculous decision to ‘no-platform’ me
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Baroness Meyer, CBE May 29
The legal harassment of Boris Johnson reeks of Remainer despotism via
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Baroness Meyer, CBE May 29
3 years later? Really? Just after the EU elections? The timing certainly sounds weird, maybe even suspicious!
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Baroness Meyer, CBE May 28
Tory fallout: Iain Duncan Smith and Sir Nicholas Soames lock horns via
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katya adler May 26
With European voters increasingly turning backs on traditional centre-left/centre-right parties - their call is clearly for change. But will EU establishment listen?? Choice of next European Commission President will be key. As is political ‘flavour’ of leaders of member states
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Christopher Meyer May 26
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