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RT : On the Commons vote loss, he told me “it complicates things.. in terms of the timetable”... but he is sure the EU27…
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RT : “We are heading towards a softer version [of Brexit]” Maltese PM Muscat tells me after bilateral with PM last night…
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RT : There's a Tory Government and we're leaving the EU.
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RT : Estonia continues to press for deal of free flow of data. A fifth freedom for the future that EU needs. We must avo…
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RT : The EU rules entered into force in April 2016. They ensure that all traffic has to be treated equall…
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RT : Can't make this stuff up. UK government has been saying for months it wants to talk trade. Now accepts it can't unt…
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RT : Here’s Daniel Hannan saying Europe must scrap Schengen and close its borders, 2 years before he tweets pics of a (S…
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RT : Greedy, unprincipled, plundering pricks. All they can do is break stuff and sell the bits...
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RT : Tim Berners-Lee: "When I invented the web, I didn’t have to ask anyone for permission. To reach its full potential,…
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RT : Great election poster from 1905. Joe Chamberlain in empty & expensive "protection shop". Is this the future?…
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Amazing work by , choosing Flash for a specification introduced in 2015.
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RT : Note to Daily Mail etc: 80% is just about enough to justify "will of the people". 52% not so much.
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RT : UK Government policy is no physical infrastructure on the Irish border. Every single thing in that photo that isn't…
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RT : “Staggering” new figures show that the proportion of people claiming IB/ESA who had attempted suicide doubled betwe…
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RT : Trying to disentangle the UK from Erasmus by 2020 (end of the transition period) would have been complex anyway.

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RT : Theresa May has told fellow EU leaders at the that the UK will stay in the Erasmus student exchange schem…
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RT : Important development: Home Office policy of deporting EU nationals found sleeping rough is unlawful and must stop,…
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RT : Varadkar on “full alignment” at EU summit: “Our view is [the Joint Report] is very strong language. Maintain means…
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RT : Not sure I agree on the causality, but I am struck by the sheer frivolity of many of the current crop of middle-age…
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RT : . will not risk another defeat and will withdraw her own EU (Withdrawal) Bill amendment that would put…
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RT : You will not find a better example of the power and arrogance of tech companies and the ever-advancing bewildered f…
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RT : The utter brush-off by both Twitter and Facebook of British concerns about Russian election meddling deserves a hel…
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RT : Another tragic reminder that our housing crisis is about far far more than falling home ownership
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Britain has more illusions to shed on Brexit
Martin Wolf: Britain has more illusions to shed on Brexit
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RT : This is extraordinary . BuzzFeed, which does much great journalism, has *commercially* been closer to FB than any o…
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RT : People should understand that, for a third country not member of EU, following norms and standards of the EU is a p…
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RT : It gives them more negotiating strength - when negotiating with Johnson and Gove.
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RT : Parliament is reasserting itself against the state; Britain is having the debate on Brexit it should have had befor…
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RT : That sound you’re hearing is a political realignment slowly approaching
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RT : When judges uphold the law, they are branded enemies of the people. When MPs uphold democracy, they are branded tra…
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RT : This is absolutely real: David Davis, in 2002, tells MPs why referendums can go badly wrong. "We should not ask peo…
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Every Hannukah I see this picture, I remember my grandmother telling me she saw them marching in the streets, and e…
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RT : In a rational world Dominic Grieve would be prime minister. Full of integrity, clarity and decency. Believes in par…
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RT : Nominal pay growth nudges up to 2.3% but still falling in real terms. Average weekly pay still £15 below its 2008 p…
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RT : British Parliament takes back control. European and British Parliament together will decide on the final agreement.…
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RT : Very dignified way of saying, I'm quite annoyed that I was sacked for doing what I thought was the right thing and…
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RT : Old enough to remember Foreign Secretary pushing own Brexit terms week before May's Florence speech. So don't gimme…
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RT : Kate Hoey's constituents voted 77.6% Remain. Unending shame on her.
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RT : A thought: one of the refreshing things about tonight's vote was that you saw very visibly MPs working across party…
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RT : Only 2 Labour Brexiters - Kate Hoey and Frank Field - voted with the government. Dennis Skinner, Ronnie Campbell, J…
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They really are irony-free, aren’t they?
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RT : This, of course, is a very stupid thing to do if the government is aiming to reverse the vote later by winning some…
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RT : Which Brexit paper will be the first to stick their faces on the stars: Sun, Mail, Express or Telegraph?
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RT : Another unforced error if government does this.

Limited ministerial time and energy needed elsewhere on Brexit.
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RT : The belief that the EU makes most UK laws is a religion for these people.
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RT : I was told earlier today Lab had squeezed it's rebels down from 7/8 to 2/3. Looks bang on. Crucially some who were…
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RT : Nigel Farage, MEP, 1999-present
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RT : Hearing Stephen Hammond - a leading Tory rebel in tonight's vote - just sacked as a Vice Chairman of the Conservati…
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RT : The point is - for anyone watching the Commons regularly - the mood of the House is changing subtly - John Mann, im…
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RT : Roll on next week. Worth reminding everyone Grieve said today that on Exit Date vote he won't back Govt "under any…
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RT : In the ongoing battles against Trump and Brexit, today has been a good day
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RT : Former cabinet minister Nicky Morgan, one of the Brexit vote rebels: "Voting against the government saddens me grea…
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RT : The 12 Tories who voted for a meaningful vote: Grieve, Clarke, Morgan, Stevenson, Neill, S Hammond, Heald, Soubry,…
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RT : When anti-Europeans win a vote they insist it settles the matter. When pro-Europeans win one we are immediately tol…
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RT : Could tonight's Brexit defeat in Parliament open the way to the Wilson option for Labour - ie reject Tories deal wi…
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Yet another master stroke.
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RT : 4. If the Labour leadership opts for continuing membership of single market and customs union-beyond transition-May…
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I genuinely do not understand how any Brexiteer can be opposed to Parliamentary sovereignty over the Brexit deal. T…
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RT : 2. The vote has significant practical implications. The 'deal' must be in place to give the UK parliament time for…
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RT : 1.The government defeat on the vote for Brexit deal is the first sign that the Commons is taking control of the pro…
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RT : He's right. If MPs come to believe Brexit is not in the national interest we can Remain. And that's why this victor…
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RT : Chuka Umunna now listing the number of time the eurosceptics have rebelled against the Government...Davis - 90 time…
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RT : I agree. Dominic Grieve is principled, wise and decent. It was a privilege to be his Permanent Secretary.
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RT : The speech of Dominic Grieve at 14:24 at is outstanding and is essential watching.

He may…
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RT : The speech of Dominic Grieve at 14:24 at is outstanding and is essential watching.

He may…
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RT : Clarke says the vote on 1972 Act taking us in was a binding vote on a specific agreement, subject to negotiation “p…
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RT : There are by my count three senior ministers who seem to have done things that would in normal times have been resi…
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RT : The unemployment uptick on the single month is far too early to get excited about - but again suggests a levelling…
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RT : Relieved that a racist child molester lost an election by a whisker and doubtful that our sovereign Parliament will…
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