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but it was the people of the UK as a whole voted to leave the European Union and as far as she is concerned that is precisely what will happen. That means no bespoke solution for any constituent nation.
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for the future. I think the eyes of the world will be on us as we go through this negotiation to see precisely how we conduct it and I wanted to be positively and respectfully. After the Brexit deal has been.
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money, £350 million per week, and spend it on our priorities such as the NHS. The Prime Minister will trigger article 50 today. Can the Prime Minister confirm precisely when she wants to fulfil the promise made by her Cabinet colleagues who is sitting on the front page smirking at the British public? SHOUTING
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money, £350 million per week, and spend it on our priorities such as the NHS. The Prime Minister will trigger article 50 today. Can the Prime Minister confirm precisely when she wants to fulfil the promise made by her Cabinet.
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The Foreign Secretary jury be EU referendum campaign urged people to, and I quote, take back control of huge sums of money, £350 million per week, and spend it on our priorities such as the NHS. The Prime Minister will trigger article 50 today. Can the Prime Minister confirm precisely when she wants to fulfil the promise.
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take back control of huge sums of money, £350 million per week, and spend it on our priorities such as the NHS. The Prime Minister will trigger Article 50 today. Can the Prime Minister confirm precisely when she wants.
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The reason I have been saying Brexit means Brexit is precisely because it does. We want a red, white and blue Brexit. We.
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identical benefits to what we have now -- it says. Surely that's not realistic? That test is taken directly from David Davis's commitment in the House of Commons. He's of course the Secretary of State for exiting the EU. He has said through the arrangements they intend to negotiate, he will be able to deliver precisely the same benefits as we currently have from membership of the single market.
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British Embassy here in Brussels and from there he will take that letter over to the Europa building, the building of the European Council, where at precisely 12.30 London time, 1:30pm here, he will hand that.
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hit by a mini birth boom in the Telegraph. On today's historic victory over Europe, let's recall the painful moment when we crashed out of the European Championships when Iceland beat us 2-1. There is a silver lining. There has been a birth in Iceland, nine months precisely after.
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There is a lot of choreography happening today, and an effort to make sure that when the letter is handed over here it is at precisely the same moment that Theresa May is delivering her speech to the House of Commons. At some point in the next half an hour or so we expect Sir Tim Barrow will leave his residence here in.
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Those of you who read our articles on UFOs and extraterrestrials will know that we like to emphasize how seriously this topic is taken by government agencies around the world. Many people are still unaware of this, but it's true — in recent years, dozens of governments and defence intelligence agencies have officially released thousands of pages of UFO related documents into the public domain. We also like to point out, just to familiarize our new readers with the topic, that these declassified files indicate not only that UFOs are commonly tracked on military ground radar, but also that they are tracked on air radar and visually confirmed by the pilots who are sent to check them out. This is precisely why hundreds of high ranking political and military personnel, alongside researchers and academicians around the world, have been speaking out about this topic for the past few years.
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been to show why most people in Scotland don't want the Government and this Parliament to be sidetracked by the division and rancour of yet another referendum campaign. Despite some honourable speeches from all sides of the Chamber, this Parliament last week added precisely nothing to the sum of human knowledge on Scottish independence
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to a quick post-Brexit trade deal with Gulf nations. This is precisely the image that Theresa May and her colleagues want to convey to the globe. Britain a kind of world bazaar selling fast cars, faster drones, police command posts, even jet engines and football all around the world
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If this debate has so far served one purpose, it has been to show why most people in Scotland don't want the Government and this Parliament to be sidetracked by the division and rancour of yet another referendum campaign. Despite some honourable speeches from all sides of the Chamber, this Parliament last week added precisely nothing to the sum of human knowledge on Scottish independence
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sidetracked by yet more unnecessary division. So, I won't take any lessons from the First Minister, because, actually - sit down - precisely nothing changed yesterday. I think I've answered the First Minister's question
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That is the world's richest nation with largest investment fund and key to a quick post-Brexit trade deal with Gulf nations. This is precisely the image that Theresa May and her colleagues want to convey to the globe. Britain a kind of world bazaar selling fast cars,.
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Precisely nothing changed yesterday. I think I've answered the First Minister's question. I will not take another intervention. I've answered it. Nicola Sturgeon will write to Theresa May by the end of the week to request a Section 30 order. That's the legislation for an official referendum. The Prime Minister doesn't have to respond formally. She is expected to reiterate, "Now is not the time." It also needs to be agreed by MPs in Westminster
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because this Parliament needs to and must focus on the priorities of the people of this country and it is not the time to be sidetracked by yet more unnecessary division. So I won't take any lessons from the First Minister because actually - sit down - precisely nothing changed yesterday. I think I've answered the First Minister's question
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with the European Union. That PM boosted by a show of confidence in Qatar's of investments in the UK. This is precisely the image that Theresa May and her colleagues want.
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low-regulation economy, a skilled workforce, access to some of the world's best universities, we have a various highly skilled research base, we speak English, and we are on the right global time zone over trading. So this is precisely the image that Theresa May and her Brexiteer.
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Precisely nothing changed yesterday. I think I've answered the First Minister's question. The result was never really in doubt, as the Greens voted with the SNP. The motion, as amended, is therefore agreed. The First Minister can now formally ask Theresa May.
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is that if this was something that would be 100% innocent without any kind of political taint, let her out and as the jail and tier Teran alluded that it was a proper unmasking of US information or some mistake made by the intelligence community, that sort of thing is precisely the reason our community exists