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Nick
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Aidan Moffat 2h
Once again, is a fucking disgrace. Just heard a radio piece on the developments and their one soundbite is from fucking . With no real balance or impartiality, they're 100% complicit in our current shitstorm. Sack the fucking lot of them.
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Jessica Simor QC 2h
The BBC, which failed properly to report serious findings of illegalities by Vote Leave & Leave. EU, failed to cover the investigations of and , failed to report the investigations. The BBC runs this as a headline.
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Max 🏳️‍🌈🧜🏿‍♀️ 2h
Replying to @BBC
There was a time when I'd have fought to my dying breath to protect the , but they can dismantle the fucking thing for parts now as far as I'm concerned.
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Kate McCann 3h
Replying to @KateEMcCann
Source says No10 in “panic mode”. Meaningful vote would still be held, but expectation is it will fail. Indicative votes would follow. Kwasi Kwarteng hinted this morning any such votes would be ‘free votes’ - not whipped.
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Nick 3h
Hard to believe anything the Government says but still...
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Emma Kennedy 3h
Send this to anyone trying to make out the petition is being manipulated by foreign actors. (SPOILER: It’s not)
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Nick 4h
The EU knows it, so do our own MPs – Theresa May is finished
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Max 🏳️‍🌈🧜🏿‍♀️ 5h
I’ve never even sat on so much as a parish council but I’m still 100% convinced that without any fucking training whatsoever I’d still make a better Prime Minister than this obstinate, bigoted, woefully fucking inept, intergalactic fucking embarrassment of a human.
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David Allen Green 16h
UK now not leaving EU by automatic operation of law on 29 March. (Subject to formal UK confirmation.) And so now a fair chance UK will not leave EU at all. Sleep well.
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Eric Idle 19h
Dear EU. We made a terrible mistake. We listened to the wrong people. We would much rather be in an alliance with 28 States than alone with the mad fuck Trump. Please can we come back. Yours the sensible party.
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Julie Owen Moylan 19h
God bless the EU. They are hiding the matches so we can’t set fire to our country.
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Alex Andreou Mar 21
A compelling case for revocation by . “The decision over the future of the United Kingdom rests where it should: in our hands.” Revoke. Take back control.
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Brian Cox Mar 21
The CBI and the TUC, united in their absolute condemnation of the Prime Minister. Will Parliament listen to the representatives of industry - the people who generate the money to pay their wages - and pause this nonsense until we can all find a way forward?
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Remainiacs Podcast Mar 21
HoC petitions team striking a rather more statesmanlike and conciliatory tone than the PM right now.
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Nick Mar 21
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Nick Mar 21
"Florida man punched, squeezed life out of baby"
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Joanna Hardy Mar 21
It would be fantastically British to revoke A50, put the kettle on, apologise to our neighbours for all of the fuss and then vow to never speak of this embarrassment again (except when someone gets drunk at Christmas) 🇬🇧 🇪🇺
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David Allen Green Mar 21
Another earnest tweet, I am afraid. The current political atmosphere is reminiscent of the eve of Jo Cox's murder. Can the prime minister, some politicians and some in the media please just calm down. Somebody's going to get killed again.
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Nick 25 Aug 15
I love what the Sellotape holding one of my notebooks together has done to this Kay Ryan poem.
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Robert Harris Mar 20
That could prove the most fatal Prime Ministerial statement made in Downing Street since Chamberlain stuck his head out the window in 1938 and declared peace for our time. He apologised to Parliament 3 days later, pleading exhaustion. Wonder if May should do the same
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