@TiceRichard I’m a leaver, but I don’t think we should be celebrating, I think it’s sad that the idea of European cooperation didn’t work.judy fernie @heyjudyfernie • 28 Jan 20:23 GMT
@JohnABrereton @JohnStret1 @crookedmeadows @TiceRichard Nor did they starve is to death so do us a favour learn something about Ireland anything before you spout off about my country ,i never left Britain LOL come to Dublin meet me and my friends tell us that we havent left Britain to my face and u wouldnt try firstname.lastname@example.org @flanagandeclan2 • 28 Jan 20:01 GMT
@TiceRichard You can just imagine him/her in about 40 years time in an old peoples' home slaying "I used to be an MEP, you know", and the carer smiling and saying "Yes, of course you did, now take you pills."thePelican @magoniareview • 28 Jan 19:35 GMT
@TiceRichard Get the facts before you use such ridiculous language.Kenny Anderson @Kennyaberdeen • 28 Jan 19:08 GMT
@TiceRichard Britain is going global; I thought you lot wanted that.Brian Lawton @mxblawton • 28 Jan 19:03 GMT
@TiceRichard I might be a bit daft but it's ok for people to subvert Britain from within. What happened to opening up to the world after Brexit or was it just your plan to open up to America ,can't have it all ways. It's not China where the terrorist threats coming from 🤦Jennie P @snigg1 • 28 Jan 18:45 GMT
@TiceRichard The U.K. should be creating this type of technology by itself.Ian-The-Patriot @themoaner1 • 28 Jan 18:36 GMT
@TheHappyKipper @TiceRichard @Mitch20015 thanks, and FTR #GreenParty was the last of the mainstream Eurosceptic parties and supported by @Nigel_Farage until they succumbed to EU party funding and forced the set up UKIP so we had someone to vote for.GreenLeaves London #Lexit @keepcalm_change • 28 Jan 18:13 GMT
@TiceRichard Richard, our Security has been at risk for donkeys years by the USA.Steven @Steven86728668 • 28 Jan 18:07 GMT
@TiceRichard Totally agree.
Credit should go to all Leave voters, those who directly supported & voted for @BorisJohnson @Nigel_Farage & @TiceRichard and those who voted Conservative in the last General Election; and all those who have argued strongly for Brexit on social media & in conversation with others https://t.co/zBjDzal6VGJohn Bsc #BREXIT @FollowerHpc • 28 Jan 17:43 GMT
@CarolHambelton @TiceRichard @drdavidawilson Get a grip, she shares the office already in use, doesn’t get an iPad or a pension, (stopped from last year) and if you’re paying for an email address well 🙄.Helen Love @weehellish • 28 Jan 17:42 GMT
@Richard00655575 @555SB555 @TiceRichard Is that the point? Isn’t there a point that this MEP has been elected to serve, whether his vote will change the result isn’t really the issue. Four days or four years it’s the same principle.Elaine @lainey184 • 28 Jan 17:20 GMT
@FoxxysTweets @TiceRichard From what I have seen it is the delivery network, nowhere near the encryption, this is where I have to listen to people who do not even understand that no matter WHO delivers this portion of the network the OTA traffic (IT'S WIRELESS), it can be picked up by ANYBODY...Matthew Hatch @Hatch526 • 28 Jan 17:19 GMT
@TiceRichard One of the reasons we are coming out is control by the EUMr Mega Dump @ChestneyS • 28 Jan 17:14 GMT
@TiceRichard It’s not a train. It’s a boat. I’m sure it’ll be a Titanic success like 🤡 and your buddy Fuhrage said.Luke #RejoinAndRejoice @el_DJ_H • 28 Jan 16:26 GMT
@TiceRichard Wish I could be at #ParliamentSquare on Friday, but my health problems make it impossible.
People like myself will rely on TV, radio and internet stream coverage.
Set up a LIVE STREAM, please, Richard
@TiceRichard What makes you think civil servants even have a view on this? It is for ministers to decide and for officials to advise. Are you seriously suggesting a Tory PM was overruled by civil servants. Get a grip!Cliff Buckley @cliff_buckley • 28 Jan 14:56 GMT
@TiceRichard Please don't come back.........and that's my polite versioStephen Nash #Citizen with an Opinion @stephen200853 • 28 Jan 14:50 GMT
@TiceRichard They know they can't' thats why they do the ( we demand ) tactic.Geoffrey sutton @Geoffreysutton3 • 28 Jan 14:25 GMT
@TiceRichard They're testing us. Burn their fingers now and they won't go near the fire again.aaarghnewname @aaarghnewname • 28 Jan 13:38 GMT
@TiceRichard This is the reason we will probably leave without a deal.
A bloc that was formed solely and specifically for trade between European countries has now become a wannabe Empire putting political obstacles in the way of mutually beneficial trade.
I fear they will regret their stance!
@BrexitDoyin @TiceRichard @john4brexit @LanceForman @zatzi @Lugey6 The EU can demand all they want.
Boris will not allow the oversight of the deal to be a matter for the European court.
Why should he
I think the EU are still to recognise the dawning of wheel has turned moment.
@TiceRichard Sheer madness, that would not be Brexit.chrissie lefranc @chrissie276221 • 28 Jan 13:15 GMT
@TiceRichard It would be a shame if you got stuck in the tunnel on the way back and missed the EDL/Britain First party in Parliament Square.Devonboy @Toryboy1960 • 28 Jan 13:11 GMT
@TiceRichard What part of leave was lost in
@TiceRichard Ahhh - Friday night - Grand Reunion of the Remedial Sets celebrating a vote - the biggest achievement in most of their "lives" to be fair...
@TiceRichard Boris' first betrayal came on Day One of his premiership, when he embraced May's deal.
Since then, Boris has immersed himself in treason, like a whale in water.
@TiceRichard You successfully deceived the U.K. population through another high tech Giant.
And you are still doing it promoting your Neo liberal agenda.
@TiceRichard Madness. We'd still be under the EU's thumb. We. Are. Leaving.David Kavanagh @DramBooks • 28 Jan 11:48 GMT
@tricia713 @TiceRichard Exactly. We voted for sovereignty, and knew it would come at a cost economically. That was obvious to me or anyone with half a brain. But now Boris is realising that, he’s running scared. Fish, courts, borders, economic ties... what next? We might as well not have bothered!!Brexit_Warrior @WarriorBrexit • 28 Jan 11:27 GMT
@MediumPartyUK @TiceRichard Seeing as how brexit party weren't voted in this isn't what anyone who voted for brexit wanted. The problem is, many brexiteers still don't understand that the moment they voted Boris in, Brexit was lost. What we're getting now is a fudge to bide time to rejoin the EU.Angelvids @Angelvids2000 • 28 Jan 11:02 GMT
@TiceRichard This is such rubbish. Huawei already supply 5G to the UK. They have been involved for years.L @Lewy_B_2013 • 28 Jan 09:48 GMT