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Matthew Johns
Not so much a stream of consciousness, more of a slurry
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Matthew Johns Dec 14
Replying to @theroyalfactor
This is the same cost that the Severn Crossing has just abolished, with an anticipated resulting £100m economic boost
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Matthew Johns Dec 14
Reflecting on today’s news, the creation of tariff free movement across national borders, bringing a £100m economic boost.
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Matthew Johns Dec 13
App idea: one that converts IOS 12 Shortcuts and uploads to AWS Lambda with auto link to a dash button
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ICAEW Dec 13
Financial services opportunities plummet >
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Matthew Johns Dec 12
Replying to @redhistorian
Even if she wins the vote if no confidence she will have been installed as PM for a year without reference to the electorate.
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Matthew Johns Dec 12
So if 15% of one electorate don’t like the result they can demand a re-run a year later? Probably should be a higher bar, say 48%.
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Matthew Johns Dec 12
Replying to @mattjohns
Sorry, “Peace for our time”
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Matthew Johns Dec 12
This is (currently) the 21st Century’s “Peace in our time”
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Matthew Johns Dec 11
does find it weird that news sites think that in peacetime a man spraying gunfire at people he doesn't know only *may* be an extremist.
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Martin McGrath Dec 11
If I'm being brutally honest, my English friends, I'm not sure Ireland is the nation struggling to understand its place in the 21st Century...
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Ed Vaizey Dec 11
Oh. I was always told that everybody knew what they were voting for. Were the people who told me that arrogant?
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James Melville Dec 10
I cannot think of any PM being as stuck as Theresa May is right now. But, she is the author of her own misfortune. - Triggered A50 too quickly - Unnecessary election - Bribed DUP - Wasted 2 years running down the clock. - Terrible Brexit deal. - Tries to block legal guidance
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Matthew Johns Dec 10
I think she’s had some work done
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Matthew Johns Dec 10
Every generation has the law explained to them by the one before, and justice by the one to be.
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Matthew Johns Dec 10
Replying to @davidallengreen
Sir Humphrey (Jay & Lynn) commends you on your loquacity
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Enough Of That Now Dec 10
So if the next two days of debates are cancelled, do MPs get to bring games in?
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Matthew Johns Dec 10
Brexit reminds me of the studio that Magic Alex built for the Beatles.
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Alex Andreou Dec 6
I’ve seen a parade of leaders on news programmes today. Their position boils down to this: We are absolutely sure voters knew exactly what they voted for and, as soon as we manage to agree among ourselves what that was, we will inform voters what it was they voted for.
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Kelsey Farish Dec 5
Replying to @KelseyFarish
And if something sounds too good to be true ("£350M to the NHS!" "Take back control!") it probably is. Don't beat yourself up for believing the lies: just take it as a lesson that the world is a complex place. If you can use Twitter, you can investigate the facts. (7/7)
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Matthew Johns Dec 5
Since the referendum was decided by a 1.3m margin, 1.3m people have died and another 2m came of age to vote. We don’t know the will of the people.
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