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Concepts apply to this week's demographics analysis pinned to top of feed.



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Lexiter nonsense is particularly maddening for some reason. I expect better somehow.


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Vote on Letwin now... result in about fifteen mins


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MPs are voting on whether to amend the Government’s approval motion for the revised withdrawal agreement. Oliver Letwin’s amendment would withhold Parliamentary approval for the deal until further primary legislation has been passed.

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Line 3, leave out from “deal,” to end and add “this House has considered the matter but withholds approval unless and until implementing legislation is passed.”.



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I shall vote against The Letwin amendment and for the Deal


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I'm told that's the advice from Cabinet Secretary - legal default is still leaving at end of this month, because they can't be completely sure that EU would offer the delay (even tho lots of people on here will scream of course they would, that is a hypothetical)

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No 10 claims chances of no deal go up if Letwin passes - 'the govt will step up no deal preparations immediately as the risks will have increased substantially - if Letwin defeated + deal approved, no deal preparations will start being turned off immediately'

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I enjoyed Ronan Farrow's book on blowing up dysfunctional media. He's a beautiful writer, which he knows. The sentences preen but are impressive, regardless. The story should be told over and over again (if there's any credit left to take). It certainly feels true. Remarkable.


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It's 48 degrees but sunny so taking a work break to go for a bike ride. See you later.




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Please enjoy this small assortment of doodles. Those Penitent Sellers are REALLY working the beads this weekend. I'd think (and kind of assume) BYND finishes going to $100. Everyone sees the Big Round Number (especially the machines) so 🤷‍♂️ On the upside, "Soon".



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BREAKING The DUP is considering abstaining on the Letwin amendment, according to three sources. This makes it very very close. So far there is not final decision.




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Michael Kors hits top spot for its online brand market share. Both Kors and Versace finished in the top 5 for brand keyword searches. Alongside Louis Vuitton and Gucci.


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McClellan Summation Index.


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New No10 package on workers' rights and environmental protections in the WAB... over to




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I've seen loads of pics from the march today, and all of them show folk of all ages, including "boomers" and even older. Can we please once and for all knock the obnoxious narrative of "old people want Brexit; old people fucked us up" on the head? Thank you.


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Your second referendum ballot paper in full



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Breadth. All NYSE and Common Stocks only


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Sir Oliver Letwin says the purpose of his amendment is to 'keep in place the insurance policy' provided by the Benn Act He's not backing down


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"Regional visa plan". What fresh hell is this?


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What do you want? Respond and retweet widely.


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"It's clear what this deal does. It rips up our close trading relationship with the EU. The price will be paid in damage to our economy and in job losses and anyone doubting this should look at the words stripped out of the deal by the former PM."

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£2.5m home of former London Capital & Finance boss restrained by Serious Fraud Office under Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 so it can’t be sold 11,625 investors put £237m into LCF almost all of which is lost.


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Nervousness of some of the 21 rebels re Letwin is cos they think it's really about securing extension so the deal can be amended next week to add customs union and second ref Group is split – some prefer just getting PM deal done by 31st, others want to force him to send letter


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After having listened to all the podcasts with PlanB , having read all his articles, many of his tweets, this is still so good, so so good.... It is simply amazing what and are doing, the guests they are bringing on, the variation in views..


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Excellent thread by on the critical importance of the Letwin amendment - the Commons must at least be given time to do its job, and to scrutinise an agreement that’s going to frame the next decades. For the worse.


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So how did pull off the 'pivot' to his revised Northern Ireland-only 'frontstop' - it's the weekend so here is a 3,000 word long read charting an incredible journey. /1 Thread

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This is why the Spartans are voting for the deal.



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PM says should be easy to get FTA with EU because “we’re already in perfect regulatory alignment.” Indeed. But the whole point of this is he (and especially his backbenchers) want to diverge.

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Holy Put/Call Ratio Batman!!! Equity p/c ratio Friday 99%. Wow.


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Citi Panic/Euphoria hasn't budged in weeks.


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Sources close to Nigel Dodds say the DUP has NOT decided whether to vote for, against or abstain on the Letwin amendment


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And as for the DUP: DUP source tells me they are”carefully considering” the Letwin amendment

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The DUP and are going into a huddle, I am told. But my DUP sources tell me it is “a bit late” for the PM to reach out to them


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The House of Commons is sitting today to discuss the Prime Minister's new Brexit deal. It is the first time since the Falklands conflict that the House has sat on a Saturday. Keep up to date by reading our news story or watch the debate here:


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Alistair Burt is not going to back Letwin .... hear there might only be five of the 21 former tories on board so the numbers might be really, really tight



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And this is why Casa Cook is still up and running. It was not liquidated with the rest of Thomas Cook, because it is effectively owned by LMEY.

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This is what Thomas Cook's "hotels fund" is now called. Note that it is not in liquidation. This is because in July, Thomas Cook Group's shareholding was reduced to between 25% and 50% of shares. The major shareholder is LMEY.

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BREAKING Oliver Letwin will not be pulling amendment, despite pleas from the Prime Minister and Tory colleagues


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Big one. Gareth Snell says he is inclined to back the deal.


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This will backfire . Money raised by went to from Crowdjustice for their maladministration legal route. In your case money raised via Crowdfunder goes to who can spend as she likes. No accounts produced for supporters. No answers.


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Confirmed: Labour will whip its MPs in favour of the Letwin amendment today. Spokesperson for Jeremy Corbyn say they won’t allow the PM to “blackmail MPs between his sell-out deal and no deal. “


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"Let’s go for a deal that can heal this country and allows us to believe in ourselves once again as an open, generous, global, outward-looking and free-trading United Kingdom." – PM 🇬🇧

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New images from today's Brexit deal statement. 📷 ©UKParliament


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MPs are now debating the new deal agreed with the European Union. Watch live:

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The deal also includes the fudge to end all fudges, namely the statement that NI would be in the UK customs union even though it would be operating EU customs union rules, from which over time UK rules could diverge considerably. Why does anyone believe this doublespeak?

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Electricity generated from renewable sources grew from 5% of electricity generation in 2008 to 35% in 2018

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Boris Johnson has decided to ditch a vote on his deal if it is successfully downgraded by Tory rebels Follow our LIVE blog here:

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Downing Street Source: The Government will delay the vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal to Tuesday if MPs approve an amendment which forces the Prime Minister to seek an extension to Brexit

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This. Brexit is just beginning, and it will swallow a decade and a generation.



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Let's face it. Brexit means "Britain exit", not "UK exit". But "Great Britain" does not include Northern Ireland. So Johnson can perfectly reasonably claim to have "delivered Brexit" if England, Scotland and Wales leave but Northern Ireland effectively remains.

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"The cruise industry, far less necessary to the global economy than air travel, is vulnerable to a similar change in consumer sentiment — and may not be prepared for it." Rings true, I'm not aware of any particular scrutiny or movement on this.


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Ken Clarke says he'll back the deal but asks Johnson to guarantee that a new FTA will maintain frictionless trade He goes on to mouth "rubbish" as Johnson says elites who run the EU are pushing for a federal super state

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I can't believe they're so bitter. . . Mumsnet and the great margarine boycott via



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"I have selected Amendment A in the name of Sir Oliver Letwin" John Bercow chooses to hold a vote on the Letwin amendment, the government says it will send MPs home before the main Brexit deal vote if it passes


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That's not what the U.S.'s published negotiating guidelines say.


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Spartans on board because they have realised that they can still get WTO exit in December 2020. Nothing to lose and everything to gain.


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I think Julia needs just one honest friend? And they might mention that picking on the one member of the Royal family who isn't white is a triffle revealing, and nasty?


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Matthew Parris warns MPs not to be 'useful idiots' for the Britannia Unchained brigade of his colleagues. (£)


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Hey , I am out right now. What is the score of and ?


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It is true to say that at the end of 2020 the UK could exit the transition period and trade with the EU on WTO terms. It is equally true to say that at the end of 2020 the UK could exit the transition and enter into the single market & customs union. Welcome to Brexit phase 3.


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SAN DIEGO TRADERS: Trader Meetup @ Kimpton Hotel Bar in Gaslamp, Friday October 25. All Traders welcome. Would love to meet you. Casual happy hour. Join your Spirit Animals!

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If your dream is to be a successful trader and you don’t expect there to be obstacles and pushback then you should not be pursuing this dream


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This is going to bring about huge issues with Citgo, US will likely move to stop RU control

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Happy weekend. Dont forget to share the wealth with those in need.


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I have decided that San Francisco takes the prize for the city that has the fanciest afternoon drinking culture.



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Stocks fall lead by Industrials and Tech stocks. Nasdaq nears short-term trend line. Dow Industrials decline -0.95% Nasdaq falls -0.83% Crude Oil at 53.72 Volatility Index trades up to 14.25


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Not unusual for the market to undercut/revisit the August low in a pre-election year via . Chart shows S&P 500 retracements relative to August low. Not a prediction; just good to have reference points.


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SPX cash HOD 3000.00 exactly. Amazing





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