Amber Rudd has quit as Home Secretary after claims that she misled Parliament about targets for deporting illegal immigrants. Why shouldn't Theresa May follow her out of the Cabinet though? #DarrenOnLBC pic.twitter.com/ACx0ltqSKm
— LBC (@LBC) April 30, 2018
— Janine Gibson (@janinegibson) April 29, 2018
Downing Street source says Rudd's replacement will be announced tomorrow.
— Owen Bennett (@owenjbennett) April 29, 2018
Theresa May knew about and/or was personally responsible for every single thing that has prompted Amber Rudd to resign.
— James O'Brien (@mrjamesob) April 29, 2018
So the Prime Minister knew that her Home Secretary was providing Parliament and the public with information that wasn’t true about the Windrush scandal? Or are we to believe the Prime Minister didn’t read letters addressed to her from her Home Secretary? https://t.co/I02tK7bS6X
— Richard Burgon MP (@RichardBurgon) April 29, 2018
Fair play to Amber Rudd. 10pm on a Sunday night, finishing the 2nd bottle of wine, going “Monday? Nah, sod that.” We’ve all dreamed of it.
— Nick Pettigrew (@Nick_Pettigrew) April 29, 2018
#windrush victims I'm talking to are surprised by Rudd's resignation – they identify Theresa May as the architect of the policy that caused them so much pain
— amelia gentleman (@ameliagentleman) April 29, 2018
— Simon Carswell (@SiCarswell) April 30, 2018
Barnier 'doesn't understand' unionist stance, says DUP https://t.co/oijbG4OENO
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) April 30, 2018
"What might look to some like cunning cleverness is, on closer inspection, really an exercise in trying to postpone the inevitable while desperately hoping that something will turn up. Not so much Machiavelli as Mr Micawber" https://t.co/wDBH1B21dy
— David Phinnemore (@DPhinnemore) April 29, 2018
— Bloomberg (@business) April 30, 2018
Asda and Sainsbury’s deal faces competition hurdle https://t.co/fnSKLLWb4R
— Financial Times (@FT) April 29, 2018
With historic news of peace in Korea, the 5 largest US military contractors shed $10.2 billion in value on just one day.
— Ben Norton (@BenjaminNorton) April 29, 2018
North Korea: Chinese foreign minister to visit Pyongyang after historic talks https://t.co/ARmV4ZBuMK
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) April 30, 2018
Analysis: Trump’s incoherence on North Korea and Iran https://t.co/V2GPrJ195Z
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) April 30, 2018
It seems apparent that Israel carried out the strikes on regime/Iranian military targets in Syria tonight. We are witnessing an unprecedented escalation, with Israel now striking targets deep inside Syria & at greater frequency.
— Elizabeth Tsurkov (@Elizrael) April 29, 2018
A suicide bomber on a motorcycle blew himself up near the headquarters of Afghanistan’s spy agency—a second blast followed minutes laterhttps://t.co/HjmbdajEot
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) April 30, 2018
#UPDATE Agence France-Presse's chief photographer in Kabul, Shah Marai, has been killed.
He died in a blast that was targeting a group of journalists who had rushed to the scene of a suicide attack in the Afghan capital pic.twitter.com/rOa4rg24x9
— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 30, 2018
There are extraordinary photos on that timeline…very sad https://t.co/ZwjcqthO12
— Tony Tassell (@TonyTassell) April 30, 2018
Burning down the house: Wolf's jokes at D.C. dinner draw backlash https://t.co/8k9jSeBqG6
— Jeffrey Levin (@jilevin) April 29, 2018
— WHCA (@whca) April 30, 2018
The WHCA is holding a comedian to a higher standard than they did the presidential candidate who talked about grabbing women's pussies.
— Elizabeth West (@Limeylizzie) April 30, 2018
#WHCA, the organization that represents journalists who cover the White House is siding with the press secretary who lies to those journalists rather than the comedian who called her out on those lies. That's all you need to know about how messed up coverage of Trump is right now https://t.co/gKMEh3BmIT
— Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) April 30, 2018