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Shehab Khan
Journalist & TV pundit | All things politics | The Independent | Contact: shehab.khan@independent.co.uk
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Shehab Khan Nov 11
May will continue to present the options as her deal or no-deal. It is up to Corbyn to force through a third option. An election is practically impossible so a second referendum (despite all the technical difficulties) might be the only way to avoid that catastrophic choice.
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Shehab Khan Nov 10
Those heroes paid the greatest sacrifice to protect our freedom to ensure we live the lives we do today. Donald Trump didn't have the decency to defy slightly inconvenient weather to pay his respects. It's not that he is an inadequate leader, he is just an inadequate human being.
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Shehab Khan Nov 10
Stop worrying about Brexit. David Davis told us we would be signing trade deals with Germany and Boris Johnson told us we would have an extra £350m a week for the NHS. It's not like that was nonsense and they've both resigned and abdicated all responsibility. It's all gooood.
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Shehab Khan Nov 10
When my family disagree about stuff we just shout at each other during trips to the local Tesco. The Johnson's however trade ministerial resignations and hash things out by writing newspaper columns and conducting broadcast interviews. Proper middle-class that.
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Shehab Khan Nov 8
If Dominic Raab, our chief negotiatior, has only just discovered we are an island we need to take a little pause and figure stuff out. Maybe he still thinks Brexit means Breakfast or that the NHS is getting £350m a week...
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Shehab Khan Nov 8
Alt-righters claiming this Jim Acosta debacle is about respecting women, while they support Donald Trump, a man who openly boasted about sexually assaulting women, said a female journalist was a dog and called women ‘beautiful pieces of ass’. No one is buying this nonsense...
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Shehab Khan Nov 8
Remarkable that Dominic Raab, the Brexit secretary and the UK's chief negotiator, is openly admitting "he hadn’t quite understood" the UK's reliance on Dover-Calais crossing. THAT IS MAD.
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Shehab Khan Nov 8
The alt-right claiming CNN's Jim Acosta karate chopped and pushed a White House intern, while there is video footage showing that is absolutely not true, is the DEFINITION of Fake News. Funny how those who shout Fake News are most responsible for it. Total fools.
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Shehab Khan Nov 6
How much longer does the cabinet plan on not making any Brexit related decisions? This physically cannot go on. May can't keep kicking issues into the long grass. Time is ticking.
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Shehab Khan Nov 6
How many times are the govt going to rename and rebrand the same idea about the Irish backstop being finite. Each time it gets knocked back by the EU, they just go back to them with the same idea packaged slightly differently. Parody politics.
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Shehab Khan Nov 6
Replying to @ShehabKhan
To be fair maybe he has a point, I hate it when immigration causes signal failures at Euston 🤡🤡🤡🤡
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Shehab Khan Nov 6
Zac Goldsmith's brother used a picture of some brown people commuting during rush hour as a reason to call for clampdown on immigration i.e: "I didn't get a seat on the train this morning, so it's time for immigrants to piss off". The Goldsmith's need to get in the bin 🚮🚮🚮🚮
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Shehab Khan Nov 5
Tory minister in the Home Office denied that cuts to the number of police officers have any link to increases in violent crime. The comments came as the Met Police decided to deploy hundreds more officers to the streets to... tackle violent time.
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Shehab Khan Nov 4
Arron Banks now joins the long list of Brexiteers who have abdicated all responsibility for the mess they created. Amusing how many Brexiteers got what they wanted and either ensured they had nothing to do with the consequences or said it might have been better not to bother...
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Shehab Khan Nov 4
Imagine backing Brexit, 'spending millions' on the divisive campaign, then turning around towards the end of the process having witnessed the consequences of your bidding and saying it was probably better "to Remain and not unleash these demons". Arron Banks everyone.
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Shehab Khan Nov 4
Fascinating to see Arron Banks's response to being asked to do an interview on Channel 4. Seems fairly happy to talk to Marr on the BBC but no interest in C4. Wonder why....
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Shehab Khan Nov 4
We have got to a weird point where expecting the rule of law to be respected makes you a remoaner - says a lot really!
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Shehab Khan Nov 4
Aaron Banks spent most his time on attempting to confuse the situation by talking about entirely irrelevant nonsense. 'Expanding' the story is not the same as answering questions. I'm sure investigators will get answers.
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Shehab Khan Nov 3
If reports are true that Theresa May blocked criminal investigations into Arron Banks, there are serious questions that need answering. Not only does undermine the rule of law but it brings into question whether politicians should ever have influence over criminal investigations.
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Shehab Khan Nov 2
Hi - could you follow me please, would like to DM
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