“It’s not the European Union, it’s Britain. The strangest most paradoxical thing about Brexit perhaps is that the last thing it’s about is the EU. It’s not even about perhaps fundamentally the relationship of Britain to the EU. It’s much more about Britains relationship to itself.” (Fintan O’Toole, 2019-01-16)
— J.N. PAQUET 🖊️ (@jnpaquet) July 20, 2017
Extinguish is a transitive verb, you bollock-faced foghorn of ignorance.
— Philip Pullman (@PhilipPullman) July 21, 2017
— Sam Gyimah MP (@SamGyimah) May 27, 2019
Source: page 7/8 in EUROPEAN COUNCIL DECISION taken in agreement with the United Kingdom extending the period under Article 50(3)TEU,
Brussels, 11 April 2019 (OR. en), EUCO XT 20013/19, BXT 38
Growing press interest in @brexitparty_uk rallies
"a scrum of journalists. Among them..reporters from 2 Japanese newspapers, a writer with The New Yorker + a Scandinavian camera crew"
"'There’s a huge political shift happening, + the WORLD is seeing that'"https://t.co/hhkco999VN
— Penny Midas Rollo (@PennyMidasRollo) May 18, 2019
It’s contageous. Or is it just because the SAD unintentionally missed the deadline?
Imagine the state of affairs, the rut in policy making, when political parties start dispensing with the courtesy of coming up with a manifesto also #Akali #SAD #Punjab ! Well, from their point of view, u do not bring a manifesto, so, no one can hold you against what you promised pic.twitter.com/tQRlv3QCvD
— Ramandeep Singh Mann (@ramanmann1974) May 18, 2019