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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How have I only just started using Siri for dictation?

For those upset that the cricket ended early, live kickboxing, Muay Thai and MMA free on YouTube right now @ONEChampionship . Strongly suggest you give it a go, some absolute bangers coming up.

I hate being this guy, but @O2  your automated line to call is a total disaster. Taken in circles then you ended the call.

Biden sends a message to Iran, but with a scalpel instead of a sledgehammer - CNN

I’ve learned this evening that Byline Times has a worse reputation than I’d assumed.

Lady Gaga's French bulldogs found after being stolen by men who shot dog walker in chest - Sky News

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Unpopular view: The Labour Brexit position now does actually make sense. The criticism of "we will negotiate a deal but give the final decision to the public" isn't that complicated. Labour negotiates new deal that fits its manifesto but no whip on campaign.

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

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

I mean, imagine tweeting this on Christmas day

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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.

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

Aside from this article being full of utter nonsense, it really is not healthy for the pro-Brexit press to continue treating the EU as the bogeyman. It’s not going to fix supply chain issues, reform our economy or reshape our global outlook. The debate is over and you won.

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Fiona Hill claimed that her northern accent would have held her back in the 70s and 80s. That’s why she moved to America. It’s still the case today that if you don’t sound posh you’re unlikely to get on. Brits are massive accent snobs

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