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It's amazing to get an accolade when what I've done has solicited a huge amount of abuse.feedback
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Oct 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Gina Miller is associated, including Parliament and United Kingdom. Most recently, Gina Miller has been quoted saying: “First article 50, now the DUP ‘bung’: without proper scrutiny, the Tory government is behaving as if it is above the law. If there is one thing in short supply in parliament these days, it is people who fret about detail. Margaret Thatcher read every paper in her red box. Robin Cook, too, got the importance of detail, and was almost certainly the only one who was really on top of what his government was doing in Iraq. The same might be said about Tam Dalyell, who was all over the Falklands conflict.” in the article Did the government intentionally mislead us over its deal with the DUP?.
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Apr 27 2017 - British elections 2017

By calling this election (Theresa May is) going to put in her manifesto exactly what her approach to Brexit is going to be. She's going to show all of her hand. If the only deals on the table are a bad deal or a no deal, that's not a real choice. That is the only way that MPs get a meaningful vote.feedback

Apr 26 2017 - Brexit

This is the most important election for a generation. It's crucial that people feel inspired to register and vote. It is especially important for young people to vote as they will be living with the consequences of the decisions taken in the next parliament for their entire lives.feedback

Apr 21 2017 - Brexit

It’s vital that parliament has a say over any deal struck with the EU. That’s why we’ve launched Best For Britain – to support the best candidates for the job. Democracy is a very precious thing, and never more so than now, as Britain faces an uncertain future. The June election will be more important than any in living memory. How people vote will be vital in shaping the kind of country we live in.feedback

Apr 19 2017 - Brexit

We want to build the biggest tactical voting effort in UK history to ensure that candidates across the country that promise to do what's best for Britain in the Brexit process get the extra support they need to win. If the deal the next government negotiates doesn't match up to our current terms, MPs should do what's best for Britain and reject it. We will be asking MPs to pledge to keep an open mind and not be bullied into giving the next government a blank cheque for the final deal.feedback

Apr 19 2017 - Women

There isn't time to organise a formal progressive alliance. We have to do what we can in the time available. We need to re-energise people about the importance of voting tactically. We need to have a galvanising moment. We need to have a strategy and a structure. Time is not on our side, so we have to put aside egos. It is about being pragmatic. I've been told that 'as a coloured woman' I'm not even human – I'm a primate and only a piece of meat and I should be hunted down and killed. I've had somebody told me I needed to be 'the new Jo Cox.feedback

Mar 14 2017

If they don't deliver on that, I will take them back to court to find out whether they can do as they are intending to do.feedback

Mar 03 2017

All I'm trying to do is ensure that the debate happens and there is the space and oxygen for them to do their duty, because at the moment the way that the media and certain politicians are acting – it's really just blackmail and bullying that's happening.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Conservative and Unionist Party

There is real danger in this process of Brexit that we don't have scrutiny, that it will actually empower Mrs. (Theresa) May and the executive, rather than parliament if this goes ahead; because they'll be making momentous decisions with a handful of people rather than parliament. (In the end) it's going to be about the negotiated package. We're going to leave but nobody actually knows what's going to happen in Europe – much less in Britain in 18 months' time.feedback

Mar 03 2017

We don't know if there'll actually be the same Europe that we have now. So how can you set sail in this Brexit ship – as they talk about – with no lifeboats, no lifejackets. I mean, you just wouldn't do it. So far, I'd say there's a lot of hard words, but very little wind behind them.feedback

Dec 08 2016

Our case has nothing to do with politics - it concerns legal process and the constitution. It is not about if we leave the EU, it is about how we leave the EU.feedback

Nov 06 2016

We are expecting a number of governments to join us. But their case will be different to ours. They will be talking about their own particular interests.feedback

Nov 03 2016

The result today is about all of us, it's not about me or my team, it's about our United Kingdom and all our futures. It's not about how anyone voted. Everyone of us voted for the best country and the best future. This case was about process and not politics.feedback

Nov 03 2016

I hope the MPs will do their job and debate this in a sober, grown-up way.feedback

Oct 13 2016

I don't see how a court case can block Brexit. I am saying we have parliament, scrutiny and then a vote rather than an antiquated power which is secretive and bypasses parliament.feedback

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