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Must watch: Tim Shipman's take on our big bowl of Brexit tweets

At our annual conference last week, Ollie Smith was joined by Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman to rifle through a big bowl of Brexit tweets.

Tim Shipman knows a thing or two about politics. In Whitehall he is described as the journalist to read if you want to know what is actually going on.

With 20 years of experience under his belt as a political journalist not just in the UK, but in America, Tim's contribution to proceedings was never going to be dull.

At our annual conference last week I had the chance to pull Tim aside for a quick dip in my bowl of Brexit tweets. 

Above are some select highlights, including Tim's thoughts on the mind-altering power of political campaigning gone mad, the centrality of immigration in all of it, and the likelihood that we will all starve to death after a no-deal Brexit

You can watch the video in full above. As ever, your thoughts and comments are welcome in the comment box below, but please keep them professional!

Don't forget to check out our IFA delegates' views on Brexit, too. 

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