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By Big Arnold
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PM's claim that all parties accepted Welsh devolution questioned

Theresa May herself did not back Welsh devolution bill after narrow win for devolution in referendum
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... questioned

Politicians still haven't accepted the Internet and social media have they? They still think their lies about past actions. will go unchallenged.
 
By youngian
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Theresa May needs to become a mediator to help break the Brexit deadlock in Parliament, former prime minister John Major has said.

He wants MPs to be given a vote on all Brexit options, indicating their preference on the way forward.

Mrs May should consider dropping her red lines "in the national interest" and become a facilitator to find out what Parliament wants, he said. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-46931114


Mediator to the Tory Party is all May has been doing.
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By KevS
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The two main news stories this week have been the problems the Prime Minister has faced, and the Duke of Edinburgh being involved in a car crash.

In one of them, people have been saying for ages that the activity is clearly not a good idea, that it could put people at risk, but advice was ignored, stubborn pride was a factor, and so they pressed on, but couldn't clearly see where they were going, and ended up in a ditch whilst causing harm to other people.

In the other one, the Queen's husband had an accident.
 
By Arrowhead
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Messianic Trees wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:23 pm
According to the Telegraph, May "is considering amending the Good Friday Agreement as part of a fresh attempt to unblock the Brexit logjam".
Presumably, any changes to the Good Friday Agreement would need to be ratified via a referendum in Northern Ireland = an extension to A50, and probably a lengthy one at that. And if the proposals are rejected, Lord only knows where that leaves us?
 
By davidjay
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Messianic Trees wrote:
Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:23 pm
According to the Telegraph, May "is considering amending the Good Friday Agreement as part of a fresh attempt to unblock the Brexit logjam".
It's like the last hundred years never happened and Ireland is still ours to do with as we like.
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