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Tim Fletcher #FBPE
Love humour, cricket, football, Nottingham Forest, my family and my dog Hugo. Love music and theatre. Hate traffic jams, most politicians and Brexit.
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE 23h
No it's called corruption. Winning any vote through lying and cheating by overspending and calling a vote binding when it's advisory, is emphatically not democracy.
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 15
Replying to @NFFC_FanGroup
But its Preston. History says we beat Barcelona more often!
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 15
Who’s right the fascists or the communists or both?
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Marina Hyde Feb 15
Today's Tory strategy for dealing with people who will be able to vote in 2022 has been an absolute masterclass
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Michael Gollop 🇪🇺 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Feb 15
Replying to @jeremycorbyn
Their futures are also being compromised, restricted and even destroyed by Brexit - something wholeheartedly supported by climate change deniers. Perhaps you should change your stance and help safeguard them before it's too late?
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 15
Well please tell Jezza because he still thinks brexit is a great idea and the referendum must be respected.
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Mike Holden Feb 15
Replying to @jessphillips
If he was Brexit Secretary we'd be in the Euro by now.
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James O'Brien Feb 14
Those of us who’ve been proved miserably right about Brexit have hoped throughout that we’d misunderstood something & would be proved wrong. Those who’ve been proved categorically & catastrophically wrong about everything are still all over the media insisting that they’re right.
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David Schneider Feb 13
Man whose one job is to protect people's jobs happy to throw away people’s jobs.
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 14
You said in your interview with Nick Robinson on Political Thinking, exactly the same thing, namely that Remain should not be on the ballot paper of a People’s Vote. You are always clear, leaving EU is the only option for you.
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 14
Well between you and me (And Twitter) he lies about his age!
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 14
Until they lose their jobs at JLR Nissan Ford Honda Toyota and Airbus because of your unnecessary brexit.
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Jess Phillips Feb 13
To all those who can't actually listen to what I said, I support a peoples vote but I will never let no deal happen. The Prime Minister is a disgrace to play chicken with the country because she's too chicken to face her party who already hate her
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Jo Maugham QC Feb 13
Hard to think how any MP who genuinely cared about the future of our country could oppose this. (So obviously it has got no chance.)
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 14
Good to know our future is in the hands of people who are not on top of all the details.
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Fawlty Towers Feb 14
Basil: “There, tell the Tyrant Queen her cardies are safe forever. Mr Moose is up. It’s done, done, done!” 🇬🇧
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 14
Great work Gav. When is your 12th birthday? I’ve got a card for you.
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Tim Fletcher #FBPE Feb 13
It’s not a negotiation. There are a series of choices the U.K. has, given its stated red lines. This has been the case since Article 50 was triggered. The mistake is to think it’s a negotiation. It is not.
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Gina Miller Feb 13
Dark money is pushing for a no-deal Brexit. Who's behind it? I wrote similar article in Nov 2017 Strip away the layers and becomes ever murky
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James O'Brien Feb 13
Digby Jones, like the Wetherspoon chap, appears on air so often because there are so few people even vaguely linked to 'business' prepared to promote Brexit. His great strength is a pathological inability to understand how little he understands.
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