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Paul Scully
Conservative candidate for Sutton, Cheam & Worcester Park in the 2019 General Election, Deputy Chairman of the Conservative Party. Email - info@scully.org.uk
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Paul Scully 4h
Still time to tune in on for the last broadcast of this election.
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Boris Johnson 5h
Break the gridlock. Get Brexit done. 🇬🇧
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Mark Wallace 7h
I’m not sure I could love this photo opp more.
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Paul Scully 7h
No beard may still better than a bad beard but I'll stick to my current look thanks even if this anonymous correspondent who left their soggy missive outside on the pavement isn't a fan
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Paul Scully 8h
To be fair they were both very good
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Paul Scully 9h
I can think of 1.8m reasons
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Paul Scully 13h
Our final election broadcast. We can look forward to a bright 2020 with the country moving on if we vote for on Thursday.
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Paul Scully 13h
They tried that once and re-elected in 2017 after the referendum
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Paul Scully 14h
Voters in Park & North Kingston can keep a great local MP and amazing environmental champion in and get certainty for our country or they can have dither, delay, a wrecked economy and the politics of resentment & envy in Jeremy Corbyn via the Libdems
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Boris Johnson Dec 9
Brexit, actually.
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Paul Scully Dec 8
The Tamil community in Sutton share the values of supporting entrepreneurship, combining educational opportunities with hard work and sustaining family networks to build and share prosperity. I'll continue to work on reconciliation & justice in Sri Lanka
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Paul Scully Dec 8
Replying to @IfIKnewThen
Amending the Finance Bill wasn't the right way to start negotiations. This was resolved soon after in a more pragmatic way as best as could be within the constraints of EU rules which prevent the tax from being scrapped altogether.
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Paul Scully Dec 7
Replying to @AlexDJFry
From the report: "This is an observational study, so no firm conclusions can be drawn about cause and effect."
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James Cleverly Dec 7
It’s clear some politicians would rather argue than get things done. Let’s end the arguments. Get Brexit done. .
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Conservatives Dec 6
9 years ago, Labour left us a note. Don't let it happen again.
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Paul Scully Dec 6
Replying to @tony_blain
At least Channel 4 had the good grace to apologise for putting the wrong caption on Boris' comments
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Conservatives Dec 6
You can make it 3-0 on Thursday - let’s come together and get Brexit done. 👍 🇬🇧 📺
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Paul Scully Dec 6
Greg's too busy in Chelsea to come over and check on me in Sutton today.
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Paul Scully Dec 6
Thanks David. I'm surprised. has delivered plenty across the constituency. If you can let him know which road you're in I'm sure he'll rectify matters
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Paul Scully Dec 4
Replying to @jezicaanderson
Spooky
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