We looked inside some of the tweets by @DanielJHannan and here's what we found interesting.
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Who set the date of 29 March? Theresa May. Who wrote to cancel it? Theresa May.
A very happy #Purim to Jewish followers. The story reminds us just how old anti-Semitism is. It reminds us, too, that, thank God, it has never triumphed.
My article in this week's @NewStatesman - How a second Thatcherite revolution could follow this Brexit crisis: https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/brexit/2019/03/how-second-thatcherite-revolution-could-follow-brexit-crisis …
What David Miliband calls the "Thatcherite revolution" turned the slowest-growing economy in Europe into the fastest-growing. It took a bankrupt, despondent, sclerotic country and left it prosperous, confident and free. Brexit? Bring it on!
Brexit is still scheduled for March 29, 2019. If Britain leaves the EU at the end of March, it will be a great moment for freedom, sovereignty and self-determination. Brexit will strengthen the U.S.-UK Special Relationship and will enhance prosperity, security and liberty.
Some wise perspective from a friend.
Fun to speak to @UCLTories for what may very well be my last university meeting as an MEP. They have all been a pleasure. Thanks, guys.
If you spend long enough in a fundamentally anti-democratic project, your domestic democracy is eventually bound to be compromised.
Short delay? Long delay? Accidental exit on 29 March? Who knows. But we’re packing up just in case.
This is what the Speaker said a few weeks ago when he allowed a Remainer amendment. He was cheered by the same people cheering him now. Marvel at the EU’s #HideousStrength. It doesn’t just subvert national institutions. It undoes its supporters’ capacity for fairness or logic.
As well as being undemocratic in itself, the EU hollows out the *internal* democracy of its member nations. The politicisation of the Speaker’s chair after 300 years is just the latest example of what I call the EU’s Hideous Strength.
If Parliament can’t vote twice on the same proposal, shouldn’t we extend the same principle to referendums?
One thing that both sides now agree on is that it was a mistake to trigger Article 50 without a clear plan for what would follow. So why are both sides now arguing that we should trigger the Withdrawal Agreement with no clear plan for what would follow?
Dumbo was plagued by doubts - his own and other people's. He thought he couldn't make it on his own. But, when the moment came, he defied the critics and soared.
Peak Twitter. A Remainer likens Brexit to Dumbo. I playfully reply that Dumbo did alright in the end. Cue more than 100 - more than 100 - responses from angry #FBPE types saying “I can’t believe you’re comparing Brexit to Dumbo you moron!”
The proposed deal is about as bad as it could be - and it's permanent. All MPs, Remainers as well as Leavers, should reject it. We can and must do better.
This strikes me as unarguable. If you support the Withdrawal Agreement on its merits, fine. But how can you possibly vote for it on grounds that a delay - assuming it happened - would be worse?
Can we please stop calling the proposed deal Brexit In Name Only? If that’s what it was, it wouldn’t be quite so bad. Instead, it keeps most of the costs of membership while walking away from most of the benefits.
Places of worship should be sanctuaries. Attacks on them are somehow especially monstrous. The whole world will be sickened by the atrocity in Christchurch.
Absolutely. Well said @DamianGreen.
MPs are siding with Brussels against their own constituents. In doing so, they are destroying the legitimacy of our democratic system.
My Administration looks forward to negotiating a large scale Trade Deal with the United Kingdom. The potential is unlimited!
The potential is indeed vast. Especially if we make it a trade deal based on mutual recognition rather than standardisation, one that works for the little guy rather than the corporates. Fortunately, Mr President, we have already done the work for you. http://ifreetrade.org/publication/an_ideal_us_uk_fta …