This is really awful: you don't have to like the populist parties who won a clear electoral mandate to be appalled at the attempt to exclude them from power because they want a eurosceptic finance minister 1/ https://t.co/D40ipG12nQ
— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) May 28, 2018
— John O'Brennan (@JohnOBrennan2) May 28, 2018
In silencing Euroscepticism, Italy’s president has gifted its far right | Yanis Varoufakis https://t.co/J181jwXKkD
— Yanis Varoufakis (@yanisvaroufakis) May 28, 2018
Populists call for mass mobilization after Italy's president blocked them from power. The president's supporters say he saved Italy and the EU. But as new elections loom, the Euro will be the issue and angry populists have the talking point of a lifetime.https://t.co/C6MwE49iZa
— Jason Horowitz (@jasondhorowitz) May 28, 2018
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) May 28, 2018
This "spiderman" hero climbed 4 balconies to save a dangling child. Now, he’s getting French citizenship https://t.co/T16KawFUWA
— TIME (@TIME) May 28, 2018
EU proposes ban on plastic straws and other single-use plastics https://t.co/n0qGpZpx13
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) May 28, 2018
— Belfast Telegraph (@BelTel) May 28, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) May 28, 2018
— Ann Telnaes (@AnnTelnaes) May 28, 2018
US child migrants: Ivanka's mother and child photo sparks backlash https://t.co/scoTSI0m5a
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) May 28, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) May 28, 2018
We just discovered that Ivanka Trump’s business got approval for 6 new trademarks in China, around a week before Trump announced he was saving a the Chinese company ZTE which was facing US sanctions.https://t.co/7rW4J17AMI
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) May 28, 2018
— CBS News (@CBSNews) May 28, 2018
They thought #Trump would protect them. He promised to protect them. They trusted him.
They thought a tax cut would protect them. Trump said it would help them.
Now they are looking for work, and "they are sending our jobs overseas." https://t.co/bV7d69RIH8 #harleydavidson pic.twitter.com/g7fijEoYF3
— David Beard (@dabeard) May 28, 2018
In 1970, US Senator Charles Goodell, a NY Republican, had to choose between the false patriotism of Richard Nixon and the true patriotism of opposing an unjust war. Charles Goodell risked everything to stand on the right side of history.
Not so his son.https://t.co/GuLUdU0ooa
— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) May 28, 2018
"The least worst option for the UK is to remain within the customs union and the single market."
Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister, says the UK could risk a "no deal outcome" if it doesn't clarify its position in the Brexit negotiations. pic.twitter.com/acmlVvUavs
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) May 28, 2018
"The Brexiters are now running away from the consequences as fast as they can. The tragedy for our country is that, in one way or another, we are stuck with having to deal with them." https://t.co/hd155KDx4k
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) May 28, 2018
This story says it all.
First they take away your freedom of movement, forcing you to adopt foreign EU citizenship. Then they raise the cost of you renouncing your British citizenship, even though it was them who forced you to give it up!#FBPE https://t.co/Gi2MoCulKl
— Brexit Bin 🇪🇺 🇬🇧 #FBPE (@BrexitBin) May 28, 2018
My take on the deep difference between the #Irish referendum #RepealedTheEighth & the #Brexit ref- the contrast between both exercises in direct democracy could not have been starker https://t.co/60sp9j7Txk
— Brigid Laffan (@BrigidLaffan) May 28, 2018
— john kyle (@cllrjohnkyle) May 28, 2018