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 Post subject: Re: Monday 9th July 2018
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Theresa May's new Brexit secretary previously called for Britain to use negotiations with the EU to scrap workers' rights.

Dominic Raab, who appointed to lead Brexit negotiations after David Davis dramatically quit on Sunday, authored a paper calling for Britain to negotiate opt-outs from EU employment regulations, including those that guarantee employees time off and limit the number of hours staff can be made to work.

He also opposed rules that give long-term agency workers the same rights as full-time staff, and those that stop people being sacked if their company changes owner.

The revelation is likely to fuel fears that Brexit could be used to remove currently guaranteed by EU laws.

The Independent has previously revealed that a government document suggested workers rights could be reviewed after Britain leaves the EU as part of a process of “maximising regulatory opportunities” to boost the economy.

Labour said Mr Raab had 'has long harboured ambitions to slash vital workplace protections'.


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never mind, she's getting laughed at now


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Jeremy Corbyn says the cabinet Brexit deal took two years to negotiate and two days to unravel.

He mocks May’s claim that she has restored cabinet collective responsibility.

He says he understands why ministers did not resign on Friday; their phones were removed, they would have lost their cars, and, because of government cuts, there would have been no bus services.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2018/jul/09/david-davis-resigns-as-brexit-secretary-live-updates?page=with:block-5b43764ae4b04dbcfcbdd89a#block-5b43764ae4b04dbcfcbdd89a

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oh, my
T May isn't making sense
I mean even less than usual


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Ian Blackford was very good, May's face was a picture during his statement.


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Labour MP comes out of the briefing. “Most surreal meeting ever. They are presenting a deal which is collapsing in front of our eyes. The projector doesn’t work. All anyone is talking about is Boris. It’s like the fucking Thick of It.”

3:15 PM - 9 Jul 2018

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At least we're not sleep-walking towards Brexit anymore.

Now we're running at it, wild-eyed, clutching a claymore, screaming "freeeedom!!!! ".

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At least we're not sleep-walking towards Brexit anymore.

Now we're running at it, wild-eyed, clutching a claymore, screaming "freeeedom!!!! ".
I caught some audio of May live in the House
She was insisting she knew the best deal for the country
Unfortunately, she thinks it's something the EU has to give the UK


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Theresa May has entered the 1922 committee. Hundreds of MPs crammed into a swelteringly hot room. Biz Sec Greg Clark instigated the cheers as she walked in.

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Shouts of “NO, NO, NO” from inside the 1922 committee.
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Perhaps they forgot their claymores?!

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Outside 1922 meeting Jacob Rees Mogg says it’s “a matter of grave concern” that Downing St has been briefing Labour members. He hints that if the PM tried to get Chequers through on Lab votes the Tory party would split. “But it would be a split from the top.”

7:42 PM - Jul 9, 2018

Interestingly incapable of understanding cross-party alliances in the public interest .

Clueless on the Corn Laws too.


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Brandon Lewis emerges to tell us there is huge positivity for the PM at the #1922Committee and brexiteer Geoffrey Clinton Brown says Brexiteers aren’t United in criticism - he welcomes chequers as it will lead to control of our own laws for first time in 40 years

10:45 - 9 juil. 2018

Now for the EU Reply !!!

PS but I believe they are waiting for the White Paper, thursday iirc ?


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Chris Green, the parliamentary private secretary to the Department for Transport, has resigned.

He says Brexit should not exist solely in a legalistic sense and that the prime minister failed to assuage his concerns at the meeting of the Tory backbenchers this evening – the first major sign of discontentment since that meeting ended.


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Difficult to see how May can replace the knowledge and wisdom of both David Davis and Boris Johnson unless by some stroke of luck Tesco have got TWO pineapples
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Difficult to see how May can replace the knowledge and wisdom of both David Davis and Boris Johnson unless by some stroke of luck Tesco have got TWO pineapples
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CHEEKY ! :-)
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https://twitter.com/hzeffman/status/1016398279171543041

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Jeremy Hunt appointed Foreign Secretary.


Edited - Foreign for Defence.

Yes, I know. In my foreign, I do have a terrible headache.


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You spelled his name wrong.

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Bloody hell, is that what this country is reduced to?

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Matt Hancock is now Health Secretary.


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Bloody hell, is that what this country is reduced to?

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Matt. Hancock.

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gilsey wrote:
Matt. Hancock.

Jim Naughtie could have some terrible trouble with the change at Health :twisted:


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Interesting point.

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The Lansley reforms effectively abolished the traditional Secretary Of State For Health job. So Mr Hunt shrewdly re-invented it as being national director for patient safety.

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Interesting point.

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The Lansley reforms effectively abolished the traditional Secretary Of State For Health job. So Mr Hunt shrewdly re-invented it as being national director for patient safety.

Bloody Julie Bailey :evil:


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Backing May and then this??!?!?!?! :fire:
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Yep, it's all remainers fault that the three Brexit ministers came up with sod all workable in 2 years.

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I guess it was always going to end this way...Brexit being blamed on the ones who lost the vote.

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End?
If only.

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End?
If only.

Well the Express is saying the Brexit dream is over!


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End?
If only.

Well the Express is saying the Brexit dream is over!




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