Corbyn spokesman rounds on PM's support for Trump ME peace plan, saying it stems from Johnson's desire to secure a "post Brexit trade deal with the US".Paul Waugh @paulwaugh • 29 Jan 13:05 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Woah. Speaker Hoyle says he will publish any future disagreement between himself and Clerk of Commons.Claire B Brexit is coming @Marshmyst • 29 Jan 12:58 GMT
@paulwaugh Nothing much has changed they all just sit glued to their phones, phones should be banned in thereTim Jenkinson @timjenkinson28 • 29 Jan 12:57 GMT
@paulwaugh In hindsight Remain would’ve had a more successful campaign if we’d just put
“Chris Grayling Supports Brexit 🤷🏻♂️”
on the side of a bus... or an imaginary ferry
RT @paulwaugh: Woah. Speaker Hoyle says he will publish any future disagreement between himself and Clerk of Commons.#GalileoPrinciple @Real_Adam_A • 29 Jan 12:36 GMT
@singharj @paulwaugh I don’t like the equivocation about trade-offs. The pressures on the NHS, schools and social care are the result of Tory economic mismanagement and refusal to invest.
Cutting immigration eases that, but to nowhere near the same extent that actually investing in services will.
RT @paulwaugh: Zomlot was remarkably restrained given how ridiculous the Trump plan is.Fan Club Auteur Cinema @FanAuteur • 29 Jan 09:07 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Zomlot was remarkably restrained given how ridiculous the Trump plan is.S @The_CupidStunt • 29 Jan 07:00 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Zomlot was remarkably restrained given how ridiculous the Trump plan is.kopboy30 @niamhgeorgie • 29 Jan 04:35 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Zomlot was remarkably restrained given how ridiculous the Trump plan is.Hollow Ornate @hollowornate • 29 Jan 00:33 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Zomlot was remarkably restrained given how ridiculous the Trump plan is.Lorraine Rogerson @LorraineRogerso • 28 Jan 23:19 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: Crucial words from Ciaran Martin, head of National Cyber Security Centre: "This package will ensure that the UK has a very s…John Lee @J_B_C16 • 28 Jan 18:09 GMT
@kins_stephen @paulwaugh @DominicRaab Think you’ll find the appropriate Cabinet minister is in the other place.
Nicky Morgan - aka Baroness Morgan of Cotes - got suitably rewarded for flip-flopping over Brexit and sucking up to Johnson.
So, is there a quid-pro-quo (or quid-pro-yuan) on Huawei? Crispin Blunt asks @DominicRaab if any China 'reciprocity'. Raab says it's "important that they engage in good faith" on open markets + he makes "an important point about the bilateral relationship with China"Paul Waugh @paulwaugh • 28 Jan 15:49 GMT
@paulwaugh @realDonaldTrump Several countries within the EU have or intend to allow Huawei a limited roll in their 5g infrastructure rollout.
The UK has used a risk mitigation approach for the 15 years Huawei has been involved in our network ‘periphery’ components, excluding sensitive ‘core’.
@JustaskingAlice @singharj @paulwaugh If they’re illegal and already in London, then we don’t have any control over them. Unless they leave voluntarily, or get caught by authorities, (which hasn’t happened yet if they’re still/already here) any Brexit change by the govt is ineffective.Jay Massey @JRMassey_ • 28 Jan 11:34 GMT
@paulwaugh Yes, there is something a bit 'Ed Miliband on Iraq' about it. My guess is had she actually been in parly she'd have followed the whip under protest, akin to Burnham.Chaminda Jayanetti @cjayanetti • 27 Jan 14:57 GMT
Includes fascinating subplot about the way Corbynsceptic ex shadow Treasury minister Rob Marris failed to pass on Finance Bill research..Paul Waugh @paulwaugh • 27 Jan 12:42 GMT
RT @paulwaugh: He also says that whoever is the next Labour leader, the party general secretary ought to be "aligned" with their approach.Bernard McEldowney @BernardMcEldown • 25 Jan 12:03 GMT
.@Andrew_Adonis says there will be "an investment desert" for the north and Midlands if HS2 is cancelled or paused.Paul Waugh @paulwaugh • 25 Jan 11:22 GMT