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Stephen Bush
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Stephen Bush 7h
Not really. We'd expect Javid to get where he got given his ideological proximity to a lot of Raabites (Brexit aside) and the rest of the Stewart numbers can clearly be seen in the Hunt and Gove columns.
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @jasonmade
V kind, thanks!
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @mrhanky67348756
That to me is the thing. If the argument is "he wins when he's authentic", a second referendum cannot be the answer.
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @Tony_McNulty
She’s someone who has thought a lot about, and is well connected to the present leadership so seems fair comment to me.
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @multipolarspin
Reassuring. I instinctively feel that if you’re angry about Remain you’re never going to fully trust this Labour party so probably better off pressing the button marked “Boris is coming!”
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @The13Men
January is before July, just FYI.
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Stephen Bush 7h
Replying to @pennyb
Just laziness on my part.
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Stephen Bush 7h
This was fun, in that I’m genuinely not sure I still agree with myself after that.
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Stephen Bush 8h
Replying to @J_D_89 @PreachyPreach
Wholly agree.
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Stewart Maclean 9h
On Newsnight with - Tory final showdown: & Ken Clarke tell us who'll make final two.. Labour Brexit row rumbles - Can or change 's mind? on SEND funding crisis.. PLUS 's Simon Walters on the papers
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Stephen Bush 10h
Hah! I have this with Lineker.
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Stephen Bush 10h
I cannot deal with having warm feelings towards Phil Neville.
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Stephen Bush 10h
If he didn’t know with certainty then 37 votes wouldn’t have been guaranteed either. (And also from their own support clear that DR could not win.)
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Stephen Bush 11h
Replying to @psydomia
Yeah, which is why I don’t buy it for a second.
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Stephen Bush 11h
No: Raab was out anyway.
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Stephen Bush 11h
Replying to @stevewelling15
He had a stinker in the debate as far as MPs were concerned.
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Stephen Bush 11h
Replying to @James_Hellyer
I mean, quite.
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Stephen Bush 11h
Replying to @ChairmanMoet
Indeed.
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Stephen Bush 11h
Replying to @stephenkb
Johnson knocked out Raab by getting McVey and Leadsom’s votes.
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Stephen Bush 11h
The problem with the “Johnson used Stewart to knock out Raab” is Raab was knocked out anyway as he was on 27 votes and had no path to get to 33.
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