Right everyone, this may be the most exciting week of Brexit.
No idea what is going to have happened by the end of it, and nobody else has any idea either.
No Deal Brexit, the Deal, and now even No Brexit are all plausible paths.
See you all on the other side..
Brace, brace. https://t.co/QrxwP0szYG
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) December 9, 2018
— The Independent (@Independent) December 9, 2018
Please May, just have the vote on the damned thing, and face the consequences.
There is nothing 🇪🇺 can give you to solve your woes. 🇪🇺 will back 🇮🇪 on the backstop.https://t.co/3BdWRGB0EB
— Jon Worth (@jonworth) December 9, 2018
This is where Brexit has left us: Gollum doing the Prime Minister. pic.twitter.com/RC14ktrRmj
— Stig Abell (@StigAbell) December 9, 2018
Huge thanks for all kind words about #C4Brexit tonight!
It was your support that got me & #PeoplesVote a place there and – if you want to help even more – I'd be so grateful if you can chip in to our crowdfunder to keep @TheGreenParty in the debate: https://t.co/PW3aruYR5D https://t.co/MGPf7GVwa9
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) December 9, 2018
— Adam Bienkov (@AdamBienkov) December 9, 2018
I’m puzzled by @bbcnews reports tonight that #CJEU decision tomorrow will allow us to suspend #Art50. The case is about revocation not suspension. I thought that was crystal clear. Anyway Scottish case decision out tomorrow at 8am #Brexit #PeoplesVote
— Joanna Cherry QC MP (@joannaccherry) December 9, 2018
Excl: Sajid Javid to launch immediate leadership contest this week if May is forced from power. Cabinet minister: “Sajid is tapping us up. He is very direct”.https://t.co/WrYMq8ByrH
— Tom Newton Dunn (@tnewtondunn) December 9, 2018
Populists who started Brexit call Theresa May a traitor to the cause ahead of historic vote https://t.co/OV3riA3N5B
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) December 10, 2018
— Classic Pics (@Classic_picx) December 9, 2018
Meanwhile, in the real, shit world where politics isn’t a game…
— The Independent (@Independent) December 10, 2018
The U.K. is preparing for the worst by telling its supermarkets to stockpile supplies in the case of a no-deal Brexit pic.twitter.com/1ykD7J8hcs
— TicToc by Bloomberg (@tictoc) December 10, 2018
A friend received this for missing one phonecall. Over £10 a day stolen from their benefits for missing a phonecall FOR 117 days. #UniversalCredit is a horrendous joke, and sanctions are inhumane. pic.twitter.com/xdnaky7Dpe
— Mark D'HoHoHo 🎅🎅🎅 (@ddmfhsuk) December 7, 2018
If Trump isn’t concerned about the investigation conducted by federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York into the Trump Organization, he should be. https://t.co/d6dgqIfskL
— Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti) December 9, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) December 10, 2018
Rats deserting a sinking ship… https://t.co/8kyBNE7eDI
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) December 10, 2018
— Dave Brown (@dave_brown24) December 9, 2018
An undocumented immigrant from Guatemala worked at President Trump's golf club in New Jersey for years. And she wasn't the only one. https://t.co/mHpvGpT5yZ
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 10, 2018
A majority of Americans believe the incoming Democratic House majority should be allowed to obtain and release Trump's tax returns. https://t.co/pu8p0cVWzF
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 10, 2018
Yes, because if there's anything banana republics are known for, it's enforcing anti-corruption laws https://t.co/P2mHAv2F5M
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) December 10, 2018
— The Hill (@thehill) December 10, 2018
Right wing lawyer explains why Trump's indictment looks inevitable https://t.co/cTirQQH3pT
— Raw Story (@RawStory) December 10, 2018
Russia, Saudi Arabia and the United States of America link arms to deny severity of global warming. Axis of ignorance. Very sad. https://t.co/g1g6rUvWHw
— Richard Stengel (@stengel) December 10, 2018
The Trump trade team spent Sunday trying to keep the Huawei case from infecting the China trade talks further. But it's not clear that anything they offered today will satisfy markets.
— Shawn Donnan (@sdonnan) December 9, 2018
Does the rise of China presage a new illiberal world order? A must-read by @FT's great China watcher @JKynge to decode Huawei drama and more, drawing on new books by acclaimed historian @peterfrankopan and politician @MacaesBruno https://t.co/1Jsx7Uh9CR via @financialtimes
— Alec Russell (@AlecuRussell) December 6, 2018
Only a French person would bring a tennis racquet to a riot… https://t.co/FTcXa6H810
— Patricia Mac Bride (@IRLPatricia) December 9, 2018