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Stephen Daisley 23 May 2019 7:29 PM 23 May 2019 7:29 PM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Brexit may yet kill the Conservative party but it is exacting a cruel psychological torture on liberalism. Liberals are supposed to be the measured voice of reason – earnest, insufferable but reliably level-headed. Not anymore. Liberals – or at least some of them – have gone quite mad over Brexit. There is almost no intrigue they will not seize on if it might explain away the last three years. TV historian Dan Snow tweeted a photograph of his postal ballot and the Brexit Party leaflet he claimed had been delivered inside the same envelope. When celebrity Twitter flicks on its blue-tick sirens, craven officialdom comes running but they brought bad news. Snow’s local council released a statement saying postal votes were handled internally and double-checked; it was ‘very unlikely’ that Brexit Party literature … [Read more...] about Brexit and the great liberal crack-up
Ireland was the subject of global headlines last week after a climate emergency was declared. Let’s hope we follow through this time, writes Caroline O’Doherty.RARELY have the muted deliberations of a near-empty Dáil echoed so widely around the world. When six TDs hung on in the chamber on Thursday evening last week to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency, momentous as the decision was, it passed without ceremony.A few muffled expressions of tá, a short silence to check for any níls, confirmation that there were none, and it was all over. Amendment No 3, as the schedule denoted it, was passed and the House rose.The wider world did not miss the significance, however. Ireland was now the second country in the world to have declared a climate emergency — the British parliament voted similarly a week earlier — and we were putting it up to other bigger, more powerful nations to do likewise.The story was carried widely on international … [Read more...] about Dithering while the world burns
UK Politics 15 May 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-48027580 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsThe UK’s European elections 2019 UK elections to the European Parliament are fast approaching, and the … [Read more...] about Party-by-party guide to the UK’s European elections
28 March 2019 • 12:29pm David Cameron tells PM it is time to compromise Theresa May pledges to quit if her deal is agreed by MPs Approximately 20 hardline Tory Eurosceptics still oppose deal Tory MPs tell PM she should quit even if her deal is defeated MPs reject all eight Brexit options in 'indicative votes' Boris Johnson: Why I will back Theresa May's Brexit deal Kate Hoey: Labour insulting millions by backing 2nd referendum A packed room and MPs in tears: Inside the crunch 1922 meeting Sign up to the Telegraph's Brexit WhatsApp group Theresa May will seek a third vote on her Brexit deal on Friday - but it will be up to John Bercow whether it can go ahead. Andrea Leadsom, the Commons Leader, confirmed the Government was pushing for another vote on the Prime Minister's deal which has already been defeated twice. The Government has tabled a motion to try to make it happen and ministers believe it will comply with Mr Bercow's … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: Theresa May seeks third vote on deal on Friday