Luke McGee

Luke McGee


Observing Brexit and Europe for @cnn & @cnni. Dachshund fancier. Previously @telegraph. Multum in parvo. Reluctant vegan. Pitches: luke.mcgee@cnn.com

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Four months into Brexit, the UK and France have resorted to gunboat diplomacy over fish

Tory campaigners cannot believe that France has given Johnson such a massive PR coup on a day he cannot generate positive news headlines himself. They report from the door that voters love him standing up to France

Oh lovely the weather's turned nice 4 hours before my social plans. What could go wrong.

*looks 90 degrees either side*

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Pleased to see Lozza has his next gig lined up should the unthinkable happen

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If we’re going to win this it’s going to be a very late 1-0

Three minutes to save the season

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Hilarious that the anti-Meghan weirdos hate her so much they have decided to defend the Royals on the assumption that they know more about the inner workings of the royal family than two former members, including a literal grandson of the Queen. Amazing.

Yvette Cooper: "We are not talking about exceptional childcare problems, we are talking about normal childcare problems"

Allies of Boris Johnson are increasingly worried that his personal skillset is not suited to handling the competing crises of Brexit and pandemic

It's only just occurred to me that Sir Hiss, of Robin Hood fame, worked for the state, technically making him a *civil serpent*

Seeing as so many of you are talking about the Observer GP data story, I am tweeting something I did this week on what the US actually wants from the NHS. It's slightly more sinister than even Corbyn would have you believe

As Europe fights to remain relevant, it has to make tough choices. Top of that list is how it engages with China and the US if the balance game becomes impossible. Stick with an old friend who is being a bit of a bully or get closer to a security risk

Non-political comment: It's a shame that no one watches what goes on in parliament, because Ed Miliband – yes, that Ed Miliband – is mopping the floor with the PM.

Pick sides as much as you like, but there is absolutely no way you'd not rather go to a party at Harry and Meghan's than Will and Kate's.

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