1. Exquisite Tweets from @ianmulheirn, @djmgaffneyw4, @tomashirstecon

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    This is key. Problem is gov cld have tried for soft Brexit + sought mandate for hard later. Instead chose to hijack ref as mandate for hard

    Tom McTague @
    The key point in all this. It's the EU driving hard Brexit. May accepted it and the embraced it, but wants transition. Election is result.

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    Ian Mulheirn

  2. EU driving hard Brexit? Because it refuses to tear up fundamental principles to accommodate UK anti-immigration sentiment?

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    Declan Gaffney

  3. Point is 4 freedoms always non- negotiable. Brexiters mis-sold cake. Gov could have given chance for voters to see they were misled..

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    Ian Mulheirn

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    Ian Mulheirn

  4. Definitely. And Labour still pretending FoM is on the table. Even Blair.

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    Declan Gaffney

  5. Pretend away, I say, let EU say 'no you'd have to leave', then put hard Brexit vs remain back to the people. Honourable approach

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    Ian Mulheirn

  6. Would be one of the bigger political shocks of the past year for honour to return as a feature of UK politics.

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    tomashirstecon

    Tomas Hirst

  7. Indeed. Ref mandate was specifically to have cake + try eating it. Gov should try. Then revert for further direction when proves impossible

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    Ian Mulheirn