— AFP news agency (@AFP) July 21, 2018
— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) July 22, 2018
— CBS News (@CBSNews) July 21, 2018
— Al Jazeera News (@AJENews) July 22, 2018
Reports of the #WhiteHelmets being evacuated from Syria.
These are the rescuers who've been the target of one of the most concerted smear and trolling campaigns I know.
Not primarily as rescuers, but as witnesses to potential war crimes. https://t.co/dPEjC1FXFM
— Ben Nimmo (@benimmo) July 22, 2018
Governments who initially felt threatened by the democratic promise of social media now practice a strategy of “information abundance” – inundating the platforms with a torrent of disinformation and anonymized threats https://t.co/WQ7Epy9o1B
— mark little (@marklittlenews) July 22, 2018
Brussels imposes tariffs on imports of Chinese electric bicycles https://t.co/1i0pY0opyF
— Financial Times (@FT) July 18, 2018
Canada Might Sanction Trump By Going After His Administration Rather Than the American People https://t.co/r0S5epmA6H
This would be fun!
— 🖕🏻Aunt Crabby calls Bullshit 🖕🏻 (@DearAuntCrabby) July 22, 2018
BREAKING: Here's the Carter Page FISA materials, obtained by NYT and several other organizations via Freedom of Information Act litigation.https://t.co/SdFCV6Lyvb
— Charlie Savage (@charlie_savage) July 21, 2018
A reminder: Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski approved of Carter Page’s trip to Moscow in July 2016 — i.e., smack in the middle of the campaign and 2 weeks before the first Wikileaks drop on July 22.https://t.co/vIIUGmQUs0
— Caroline O. (@RVAwonk) July 22, 2018
The FISA Warrant states quite bluntly the FBI believed Carter Page was an agent of a foreign power.
Not an unwitting accomplice. Not a useful idiot. An actual agent acting with purpose and forethought.
The freak-out by Trump, et al, suggests they know that's true.
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) July 22, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) July 22, 2018
“They’re both very strange people.”
– former Putin adviser https://t.co/CgQSte2YiU
— Ron Fournier (@ron_fournier) July 22, 2018
Some constructive suggestions for Congress to keep Trump in check: https://t.co/RyUEDmIHo5
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) July 22, 2018
A reminder that Trump's tweets serve these primary goals: 1) Keep the base indoctrinated; 2) Divert media coverage from other, usually much more consequential acts; 3) Annoy the left. pic.twitter.com/8KnFg2rBr8
— Dan Gillmor (@dangillmor) July 21, 2018
— Ad Age (@adage) July 22, 2018
UK government persisting with the delusion that it can do an "end-run" around Barnier and get national governments to accept its fantasy-land plan. All her ministers will come back with is more airmiles. https://t.co/H9AaMiyU5n
— Tom Hayes (@BEERG) July 22, 2018
Dominic Raab: Britain will refuse to pay £39 billion divorce bill to Brussels if the EU fails to agree trade dealhttps://t.co/q1U2eFki27
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) July 21, 2018
Raab’s statement on reneging Divorce Bill blows UK out of rest of EU science programme. https://t.co/cOZwh6z5x3
— Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) July 21, 2018
Raab on the report that found Vote Leave guilty of breaking the law and overspending in violation of Venice Commission guidelines – "I wasn't part of that" except he was, he was its Campaign Director who now wants to 'respect the law' and 'take back control' of it by ignoring it. pic.twitter.com/7EWpd92cYS
— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) July 22, 2018
“You don’t seem to be prepared to put your own future on the line when you’re prepared to put everybody else’s futures on the line.”
This is what happened when we asked leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees Mogg MP whether he’d resign from parliament if he’s wrong over Brexit. pic.twitter.com/4bc94AIF4R
— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) July 21, 2018
Ok, folks: let’s talk a bit of shop as this is really getting rather upsetting now. The situation of us 3.7 million EU27 citizens in UK is *not* the same as that of Britons here. Yes, we are all EU citizens at this point. But the issues are not the same. Please respect that. 1/
— Prof Tanja Bueltmann (@cliodiaspora) July 21, 2018
If Brexit were cancelled…
5% of the population would be apoplectic with rage at the betrayal 🤬
25% would be pretty pissed off at the waste of everyone's time 😤
70% would be extremely relieved 👍
And after a few weeks of national debate we'd all move on apart from the 5%
— Barnier Balls ❄️🥕 🇪🇺 (@davemacladd) July 20, 2018
If Watford get £50M for Richarlison then they should automatically be put in charge of Brexit negotiations.
— Karl Brooks (@KBrooks91) July 20, 2018
Metropolitan police’s anti-corruption unit faces investigation https://t.co/YBbCKTgdib
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 22, 2018
Are you with those, like Bannon, who see in the disintegration of Europe an opportunity to promote their world view? That's the question Lexiters and Liberal Leavers and Labour need to ask. The rest is mere noise.https://t.co/o6yhRsnxCP
— Jo Maugham QC (@JolyonMaugham) July 21, 2018