Brexit: MPs reject bid to stay in EEA amid Labour revolt https://t.co/R1sZ23BAEU
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) June 13, 2018
This is a needless step backwards for the UK. Rights lost aren't easily won back. pic.twitter.com/mRQ1GznvHp
— Liberty (@libertyhq) June 13, 2018
Just the five resignations from the Labour front bench over Brexit, then… pic.twitter.com/iVcq4BVgdH
— Robert Hutton (@RobDotHutton) June 13, 2018
'Scotland Won't Be Silenced'.
— ScottishPoliticsNews (@ScoPoliticsNews) June 13, 2018
THIS TIME – FOR THERE WILL BE NO NEXT TIME
It's independence or national extinction
— Christian Wright (@ChristainWright) June 13, 2018
#EUWithdrawalBill:- the current situation:-
– No EEA
– No Single Market
– No Customs Union
– No proposed backstop for the Irish border
– No freedom of movement
– No details on CAP, devolution, Gibraltar, fishing, aviation, ECJ.
= Brexit means total confusion.
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) June 13, 2018
Private Eye is reporting Jacob Rees Mogg’s investment fund has set up a new feeder fund in Dublin to avoid consequences — like an end to passporting — of hard Brexit. What amazing front. Go buy the magazine for the details.
— Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 (@MarkDiStef) June 13, 2018
Hey @bbcquestiontime, why are you not inviting @carolecadwalla to balance this? It's ridiculous that you invite someone on who withheld critical information on Russian involvement in Brexit and not the journalist who actually forced the issue to go public #bbcqt https://t.co/vt6lem0J6e
— Christopher Wylie (@chrisinsilico) June 13, 2018
Europe has a fifth column in its ranks: Putin's cheerleaders who want to destroy Europe & liberal democracy from within: Le Pen, Wilders, Farage, Orbàn, Kaczynski, Salvini use Kremlin money & intel. Like Farage's friend Arron Banks, who colluded w/ Russians to deliver #Brexit
— Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) June 13, 2018
Dear @guyverhofstadt, I think I can help. I think if you say "colluded with the Russians AND delivered Brexit", it's legally safe. We know he LIED about the Russians because he admitted it in parliament. We don't (yet) know if this helped DELIVER Brexit. Hope this helps, Carole https://t.co/oMVB71U8r2
— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) June 13, 2018
#Russia’s interference in Brexit & US elxn were one op. It feat many of the same operatives, back-channel funds & had same basic goal: to bring to power candidates & policies that would implode stability of the US & UK, esp as credible global powers. https://t.co/pTa4p1gPyg
— Jasmin Mujanović (@JasminMuj) June 13, 2018
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) June 13, 2018
“This business is a lot like being a professional fighter: Over the course of it, you get a lot of shots to the head, and sooner or later, you’re knocked out,” said Tom Cole, explaining Sanford’s loss https://t.co/xXCbWEUjiF
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) June 13, 2018
Why aren't GOPers pushing back on Trump? Is it all a cult thing? A don't "poke the bear" thing? Yes, both play a part. But, the bigger reason is that Congress has absolutely no idea how to play its constitutional role (1)
— amy walter (@amyewalter) June 13, 2018
Trump is considering a preemptive pardon of Michael Cohen as evidence mounts that he has, or will soon flip.
— Angry WH Staffer (@AngrierWHStaff) June 13, 2018
Most Americans learn about Trump's tweets from the media. Many also only read headlines. That math problem is simple. https://t.co/zh78gEFyq9
— Philip Bump (@pbump) June 13, 2018
congrats to dan scavino on finding thesaurus dot com https://t.co/SwxxHvDBJw
— Ashley Feinberg (@ashleyfeinberg) June 13, 2018
It’s 2018 in America and abandoned malls are now homeless shelters https://t.co/ETaycfxGck
— Adam Clark Estes (@adamclarkestes) June 13, 2018
I agree with Laura Ingraham about twice a year. This is one of those times. Scott Pruitt has violated multiple ethics rules & regulations, and may have violated federal laws.
Pruitt has become a national embarrassment. He needs to go.
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) June 13, 2018
— Slate (@Slate) June 13, 2018
During interview with @BretBaier, Trump says he hopes to get US troops out of South Korea as soon as possible, indicates he's not happy with fact that "we don't get paid fully for that military" presence there. pic.twitter.com/Jb2ORhI97C
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 13, 2018
— Bret Baier (@BretBaier) June 13, 2018
Trump on Kim: "A talented man who loves his country very much. An honor to meet him."
For the record of history, never before has a U.S. President spoken this way of a dictator accused of crimes against his own people.
— David Jolly (@DavidJollyFL) June 12, 2018
good morning to everyone but especially the woman i sat next to on the train who told me she had to manifest a miracle today and then immediately asked me if i'd heard of bitcoin
— maya kosoff (@mekosoff) June 13, 2018
and, of course…
— Bloomberg (@business) June 13, 2018
— Paula Duran (@pauladuranr) June 13, 2018
— Ameyaw Debrah (@ameyaw112) June 13, 2018
Fox's investment into the American broadcast rights for the next three World Cup tournaments seemed like a huge miss after the US Men's team failed to qualify for 2018. So Fox had plenty of reason to celebrate the US' winning bid for the 2026 games. https://t.co/uTZMn2B8Qi pic.twitter.com/GAwSiJVQIy
— CNN (@CNN) June 13, 2018