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Shehab Khan
Journalist | Politics for ITV News | Formerly The Independent |
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Shehab Khan Apr 15
All efforts by firefighters are currently being directed to try and prevent the collapse of the nothern tower at Notre Dame. Hearing the Interior Ministry say that it's possible nothing will be saved at all is so tragic. Awful sight.
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Shehab Khan Apr 13
New Opinium poll not looking great for the Tories as support falls to lowest level in 5 years. LAB 36% (+1) CON 29% (-6) UKIP 11% (+2) LD 8% (-1) SNP 5% (+1) PC 1% (+1) GRN 4% (-1) OTHER 6% (+3)
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Shehab Khan Apr 13
Hi Will, could you please follow me back? Would like to DM you.
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Shehab Khan Apr 11
Replying to @ShehabKhan
Poll was for England and Wales.
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Shehab Khan Apr 11
Blimey, new Survation poll is grim reading for the Tories and CHUK/TIGs (changes vs GE'17). CON 37% (-8) LAB 41% (-1) LD 10% (+2) UKIP 7% (+5) GRE 2% (nc) PC 1% (nc) CHUK/TIG 1%
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Shehab Khan Apr 10
So, there we have it. We won't be crashing out with no deal on Friday.
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Shehab Khan Apr 10
Sounds like EU leaders are starting to get behind 31 October (Halloween?!) as the possible Brexit extension date. Many other dates being floated, varying from 7 May 2019 through till April 2020. Long night ahead....
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Shehab Khan Apr 8
Congrats Josh!! Best of luck!
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Shehab Khan Apr 6
NEW: Theresa May confirms she will go to Brussels next week to seek a Brexit delay. Goal is to leave the EU in six weeks time. Adds that the longer it takes to get a compromise with Labour, the greater the risk that the UK never leaves the EU and she “will not stand for that”.
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Shehab Khan Apr 3
Wow - interesting development. Philip Hammond just said there is a "credible case" for a second referendum and it should be "tested in Parliament". His rhetoric on a second referendum has been moving quite drastically in recent weeks:
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Shehab Khan Apr 3
Corbyn and May's meeting being described as "constructive". They will meet again later this evening to plan a programme of work and then meet tomorrow for "a full day of intensive discussions".
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Shehab Khan Apr 3
It's impressive that Parliament wasn't able to decide on whether it should have more votes on the thing it can't decide about.
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Shehab Khan Apr 2
Couple of Brexit reminders: 1) We were supposed to have left the EU last week. 2) This is supposed to be the easy bit of the negotiations.
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Shehab Khan Apr 2
After a cabinet meeting which lasted almost 8 hours Theresa May says we will have a no-deal Brexit unless Labour negotiates responsibly. Begs the question, what did they talk about for 8 hours?!
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Shehab Khan Apr 2
Unverified rumours that Theresa May is about to make a statement.
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Shehab Khan Apr 1
Nick Boles has been calling for a Norway style agreement for almost two years. He passionately believes in this and clearly feels betrayed by his own party who whipped against it.
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Shehab Khan Apr 1
Nick Boles resigned from the Conservative Party in the House of Commons. Said the party cannot compromise and said: "I accept I have failed. I have failed chiefly because my party refuses to compromise." Shouts of "Nick don't go", as he walks across the floor.
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Shehab Khan Apr 1
BREAK: Wow. Nick Boles has quit the Conservative Party.
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Shehab Khan Apr 1
Parliament rejected everything again: - Customs union ✅273❌276 - Common market 2.0 ✅261❌282 - Confirmatory Public Vote ✅280❌292 - Parliamentary Supremacy ✅191❌292
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Shehab Khan Apr 1
Wow. Steve Baker, Deputy Chair of the ERG, saying supporting Corbyn in a confidence vote is "on the table".
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