Theresa May can and should do more to go after the money of Mr Putin's cronies https://t.co/fFsjs68tOB
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) March 15, 2018
A Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman says allegations by Theresa May that Russia was to blame for the nerve agent poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal are insanehttps://t.co/PTGYel6DZ1 pic.twitter.com/CNdH77Ahmu
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) March 15, 2018
It’s a signal to anyone who deals with Putin’s business, especially his own agents & oligarchs, who mostly live abroad: I can kill you anywhere and the West will not protect you. https://t.co/MvEp9GmF0D
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) March 15, 2018
“We take no pleasure in having to constantly criticize Russia,” U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said. “But we need Russia to stop giving us so many reasons to do so.” https://t.co/2CDFGxwmsi
— New York Times World (@nytimesworld) March 15, 2018
The teaser for the new Alan Partridge show is hilarious. pic.twitter.com/KndeQRZuCn
— Oonagh (@Okeating) March 15, 2018
My piece on #Russia.
1) It is not unreasonable to be sceptical of UK Govts & security services, given their history.
2) Putin's Russia is vicious, authoritarian & almost certainly responsible for #Salisbury.
3) This Govt could do much, much more. https://t.co/RAutlMRWdg
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) March 15, 2018
President Trump has left it to aides to express public solidarity with Theresa May after she expelled 23 Russian diplomats https://t.co/6myfukko56
— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 15, 2018
The cynical part of me, the bit which models worst case scenarios, has come to believe Russia may want the world’s eyes on Britain not because of what it did, but what it wants everyone to witness next.
That’s dark potential.
— J.J. Patrick (@J_amesp) March 15, 2018
BATSHIT BREXIT BRITAIN (AND NORN IRON)
Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism. https://t.co/zT2r2cK7W9
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) March 15, 2018
Russia sees UK as weak because of Brexit, says Lithuanian minister.
— Remain Central #FBPE #StopBrexit (@remain_central) March 15, 2018
Will EU leaders sign off on the transition deal at next week’s EU summit? Danish PM @larsloekke He tells me “If the U.K. accepts the institutions, regulations and standards it should be easy to agree the transition period” … #Brexit
— katya adler (@BBCkatyaadler) March 15, 2018
Government is sharing its plan for the border after Brexit with companies, then getting them to sign gagging orders to hide that information from Parliament and the people. It makes a mockery of Parliamentary Sovereignty when MPs need this information to hold them to account. pic.twitter.com/cP3sV4gME3
— Chuka Umunna (@ChukaUmunna) March 15, 2018
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) March 15, 2018
— Hayes Brown (@HayesBrown) March 15, 2018
Make no mistake, #Russia is preparing for a #cyber attack on our critical infrastructure. They’ve been preparing for decades and in recent years have carried out actual attacks on power plants in Ukraine. We (or our allies) could be next. @MaddowBlog https://t.co/imxkc8NzcZ
— Michael Carpenter (@mikercarpenter) March 15, 2018
Donald Trump has crossed several red lines set forth in the Constitution and in federal statutes.
And if he fires Mueller he crosses another red line. His last.
Did Robert Mueller just cross Donald Trump's red line on Russia? https://t.co/N2zeJu2vgr
— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) March 15, 2018
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) March 15, 2018
Dear House Intel Republicans: Mueller indicted 13 Russians for conspiracy to help @realDonaldTrump & disparage Hillary. Trump Administration has now sanctioned them.
You are going to look mighty stupid if your partisan report actually says these Russians weren't helping Trump. https://t.co/oklICvjZpu
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) March 15, 2018
Hey now, guys. Don’t be too hard on yourselves. It’s downright hard to peddle conspiracy theories and cover for a corrupt president and his foreign patrons when the darn facts keep getting in the way. https://t.co/AFCZ2MMpEf
— Evan McMullin (@Evan_McMullin) March 15, 2018
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) March 15, 2018
Trump protests, but another administration shakeup as soon as tomorrow is looking https://t.co/6ZcJm6LfVS
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) March 15, 2018
What an ignorant thing to say.
Andrew McCabe served honorably in the FBI on the SWAT team, fighting organized crime, combating terrorism, investigating the Boston Marathon bombing and securing the arrest of the terrorist who conspired on the Benghazi attack. He is a hero. https://t.co/qotxZgDnpV
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) March 15, 2018
Everything I have thought about Trump and the press since July 2015 is represented in this column, to which I contributed quotes: https://t.co/4qDTEb4sVk
— Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) March 15, 2018
After Trump says the Japanese "take a bowling ball from 20 feet up in the air and they drop it on the hood of the car. And if the hood dents, then the car doesn't qualify.” @PolitiFact’s analysis (FALSE!) would be funny if things were still funny. https://t.co/xyeRMt0LJe
— Dan Froomkin (@froomkin) March 15, 2018
My father doesn’t need torture explained to him. https://t.co/ajrtr7Vn5A
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) March 15, 2018
— Mark McFadden (@MarkMcFadden) March 15, 2018
Clinton, 1995: "The history of N.Ireland has been written in the blood of its children & their parents. The cease-fire turned the page on that history. It must not be allowed to turn back."
Trump, 2018: "That's an interesting border… Will be interesting to see what happens." https://t.co/fWxfzuwyWL
— Damon Evans (@damocrat) March 15, 2018
Canada's Globe and Mail has had it with pretending Trump can be honest or honorable. "As for the Western alliance itself, all we can do is hold on and wait for another president, one who doesn’t lie to other leaders, and then brag about it afterward." https://t.co/lHptGhSPa1
— Dan Murphy (@bungdan) March 15, 2018
Marielle Franco, a councillor for Brazil's leftwing PSOL party, was assassinated last night in Rio de Janeiro. A longtime campaigner on socialist causes, her final statements were against police violence in the city's favelas. #MariellePresente pic.twitter.com/tzhcyXiMZf
— Jacobin (@jacobinmag) March 15, 2018
The Koreas are getting busy planning for their summit next month. Seoul "wants to find a kind of grand deal to accomplish the North’s denuclearization and signing of a peace treaty," a govt official says. https://t.co/HLdn4EZAb2 pic.twitter.com/t9yULQ7oQy
— Anna Fifield (@annafifield) March 15, 2018
Over xmas we somehow got into a skirmish with a Russian oligarch in unfamiliar waters. My friend Justin @DroneworksUSA just posted the footage. This absurd story involves anti-drone spytech, $500M yacht, security speedboat & my voice cameo from 3ft away: https://t.co/ax4KM2eIMF pic.twitter.com/V3NOrWixHJ
— Slade (@Slade) March 15, 2018