these numbers still have to be verified but what is striking is that even in strongly leave areas there was a
These numbers still have to be verified. But what is striking is that even in strongly Leave areas, there was a pronounced swing from Labour to the Remainy LibDems and Greens. Which gives the lie to view among Labour Brexiters that Labour did badly for not being Brexity enough.
two things 1 these are not petitioning signing bots they are very passionate people 2 they want to revoke arti
Two things. 1) These are not petitioning-signing bots. They are very passionate people. 2) They want to revoke Article 50 and stay in the EU. Unsurprisingly there are no Brexiters here, or at least none I can see. So, as of now, they show the nation’s wounds, not a healing
the erg s go to economist patrick minford has explained that no deal brexit would see manufacturing go the way
The ERG's go-to economist, Patrick Minford, has explained that 'no deal' Brexit would see manufacturing go the way of our coal industry. So why are so many Brexiters so desperate to believe that manufacturing closures have nothing to do with Brexit? It doesn't make sense.
the most important thing to do in the coming days along with the petition amp march is to resist the desperate
The most important thing to do in the coming days (along with the petition & march) is to resist the desperate attempts of senior Brexiters to cast criticism of them as insulting Brexit voters. The former are discredited, delusional & deceitful; the latter our friends & family.
the minute brexiters have to write down their plan expose it to scrutiny amp explain the detail the whole thin
The minute Brexiters have to write down their ‘plan’, expose it to scrutiny & explain the detail, the whole thing will fall apart. This holds whatever the plan is. No deal is now the only way they get to continue refusing to write anything down. It really is this simple & tragic.
its like pass the parcel now every time the music stops brexiters swear that beneath a single layer of wrappin
It’s like pass the parcel now. Every time the music stops Brexiters swear that beneath a single layer of wrapping lies an amazing present. But it doesn’t. There’s just another layer of wrapping. The only question is how long it will take them to realise there’s no present at all.
the only way to resolve this brexit impasse is to let the brexiters take charge amp deliver the brexit they be
The only way to resolve this Brexit impasse is to let the Brexiters take charge & deliver the Brexit they believe will best work. Then judge them on whether it works or not. If it does, hurrah. If it doesn’t, a new government can change course again.
could this b what boris johnson means by deal by 31 oct or is this exc hard brexiters bernard jenkin supporter
Could this b what Boris Johnson means by deal by 31 Oct, or is this exc hard Brexiters? Bernard Jenkin, supporter, told @BBCNewsnight of poss of "a basic interim trade deal struck before Oct 31, just on goods which can be done on a few sheets of paper under Gatt 24 arrangmnts"
indeed she cant answer because johnson s whole shtick at hustings was gibberish not just the non existent impl
@bbcnickrobinson @BorisJohnsonIndeed - she cant answer because Johnson's whole shtick at hustings was gibberish (not just the non-existent "implementation period ") - if they had guts they would bill themselves as the No DealBrexiters and fight an election on that ...
also suggests in this instance if irl withdrew from common rule book checks could be done at ports and airport
Also suggests in this instance - if Irl withdrew from common rule book, checks could be done at ports and airports - something suggested by EU but opposed by Brexiters inc DUP. Report says this decision could be taken by Stormont.
enlightening the confused eus trade comsnr brexiters arecompletely wrong to assume eu would sign rapid tempora
Enlightening the confused: EU’s trade comsnr: Brexiters are “completely wrong” to assume EU would sign rapid temporary trade deal w/ UK in event of a rejection of #WithdrawalAgreement. NO deal “will mean new tariffs” #GATT24 is only viable if there's a deal. #forex#Brexit
dexeu had announced the first of three groups to examine alternatives to the backstop the technical group incl
DExEU had announced the first of three groups to examine alternatives to the backstop. The technical group includes some of the leading critics of the hard Brexiters/ERG claims about the Irish border including academic @hayward_katy of Queen's Uni and Declan Billington.