David Bond (@DJBond6873 )

David Bond

Bio Financial Times Brexit Editor
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Twitter Web App : My take on what this election really means for Brexit

Twitter Web App : As Russia is hit with four year ban Rob Harris has tweeted out this useful reminder of the long charge sheet against the Russians apnews.com/1d3d1f795dd245…

iPhone : As you do....this from George Parker FT big read on Boris. ‘To relax in the evening he claims that he “does a few quadratic equations and reads Presocratic philosophy”.’ on.ft.com/2sUQ5nr

iPhone : Correct of course. But one question I am not clear on is what role would parliament play in negotiating and debating future trade deals with EU? Does it need MPs approval?🤔

iPhone : Here’s John Bercow on the reality of Tory Brexit plan. He says even if they get majority it only ensures “speedy implementation of phase one — but that’s just the withdrawal agreement . . . The question of a trade deal with the EU . . . will still have to be debated.”

Twitter Web App : BREAKING: David Pemsel has stood down as the new CEO of the Premier League. Comes after tabloid reports about his private life
More to follow

iPhone : UK’s former EU ambassador Ivan Rogers on the ‘elephant trap’ Boris Johnson has set himself by vowing to do a trade deal with EU by next Dec:
“If all the time pressure is on him, you can safely assume he will make a lot of concessions in the endgame”

Twitter Web App : Some personal news.

After 14 years, I am stepping down as editor in the New Year. It has been a rare privilege and a great pleasure to hold the best job in journalism. Full statement to follow Financial Times

iPhone : the Tory election campaign so far:

- Cabinet minister Cairns has just resigned
- Cabinet minister Rees-Mogg had to apologise for insulting Grenfell survivors
- Bridgen apologised for defending Rees-Mogg
- The doctored Starmer video
- Whitehall slapdown over anti-Labour numbers

Twitter Web App : BBC News chief Fran Unsworth on BBC's commitment to impartiality during upcoming election; "Our aim is to achieve due impartiality. That means understanding that not all issues are ‘on the one hand, on the other hand’. We do not support ‘false balance’." bbc.co.uk/blogs/aboutthe…