Ed’s Day – 24 June 2019

Ed started the week by having a good go at Boris on Politics LIve

And then on to the New Statesman hustings tonight.

https://twitter.com/MarkGitsham/status/1143225385200553986

You can read the NS’s write up of the event here.

Ed’s website is here and you can follow him on Twitter here.

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  • Very unfortunate comment by Ed Davey regarding the MP for Uxbridge for which he has apologised.

  • Went to Plymouth hustings Friday. Very impressed by the quiet and considerate manner of the hustings compared to Tories. 3 main issues of the day the future will face 1. Cimate, 2. Remain (Brexit) 3. Scottish independence. This is 1/3 of UK land mass and a strong economy. If it chooses democratically to leave, as it probably will within 5 years, then we must act in a civilised and friendly way with our nearest neighbours, who will hopefully be in the EU. Ed seemed aggravated they dare try and leave and this Englishman will fight it all the way. Not a good idea, an Englishman dictating to Scotland they have to remain a vassal of England, seems to like a fight. Jo taken aback, thinks Scottish do not want to leave (comes from navy area in Scotland but lives here and could be MP in England or lead Lib Dems in Scotland) however there is an SNP government that says otherwise, if the military are prevented from pretending they are Scottish and voting up their to “save” the country. However, she recognised without aggression or dictatorship that if we remain in EU it might not happen. My vote switched from Ed Davey with policies but aggression to peaceful Jo. I hope she tries to get on well with the great stateswoman, Nicola Sturgeon. We all need self determination and peaceful friendship, no matter what. Neither Ed nor Jo seem to have any policies to run UK without Scottish contribution.

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