— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) January 30, 2019
"The EU is very clear in its position, I think the unity of all the members is quite clear about not reopening the withdrawal agreement" – Irene Lozano, the Spanish junior foreign minister says there won't be a renegotiation.#newsnight pic.twitter.com/q5WefSmm4g
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) January 30, 2019
One of bleakest things about Brexit is total breakdown in relations & trust between UK & Ireland. 30 yrs of painstaking confidence-building leading to genuine friendship, demolished in a few short years by British exceptionalism and bad faith. Could almost weep at what we’ve done https://t.co/7uD1VO6wre
— Jonathan Lis (@jonlis1) January 30, 2019
European Parliament Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt : "What started as a catfight inside the Conservative Party is today an existential problem for the whole of Britain"
— Krishnan Guru-Murthy (@krishgm) January 30, 2019
According to @JWhittingdale: “The Prime Minister was given a very strong mandate to negotiate an alternative to the backstop. It is now up to the EU, and in particular the Irish government, to find that alternative.”
Take your time. Read that again. Take in its sheer majesty.
— Alex Andreou (@sturdyAlex) January 30, 2019
Theresa May's chief Brexit negotiator Oliver Robbins sent emails advising that Govt should not back Brady amendment, sources tell Telegraph
He is said to have questioned whether EU is prepared to make significant legal changes to the backstophttps://t.co/TMXp5MONBm
— Steven Swinford (@Steven_Swinford) January 30, 2019
There is something mind-boggling about the fact that Corbyn both opposes the backstop because it contains a customs union that the UK could not end, and opposes the withdrawal agreement because it does not contain a commitment to a permanent customs union. https://t.co/gHJOEdBeCu
— Raphael Hogarth (@Raphael_Hogarth) January 30, 2019
— Allie Hodgkins-Brown (@AllieHBNews) January 30, 2019
Corbyn's breach of trust with the NI majority on the backstop continues. https://t.co/es7MSo5kV2
— Matthew O'Toole (@MatthewOToole2) January 30, 2019
The simplest explanation for Corbyn's Brexit position(s) is and always has been that he doesn't really care about the outcome as long as he isn't blamed for it.
— Rafael Behr (@rafaelbehr) January 30, 2019
What no-deal really means for customs on the Northern Irish border https://t.co/SmDGHOmNc7
— Mary C. Murphy (@MaryCMurphy) January 30, 2019
— Wolfgang Emmerich (@w_emmerich) January 30, 2019
— Simon Carswell (@SiCarswell) January 30, 2019
Food retailers in Britain warned lawmakers this week: We're short on patience and we could end up short on food https://t.co/aIidQ95s0f
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 30, 2019
— Matt Chorley (@MattChorley) January 30, 2019
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) January 30, 2019
Senior intelligence officials have said that it's extremely difficult to convince Trump he is wrong about something, no matter how much evidence they can put in front of him. He believes what he believes.
— Ken Dilanian (@KenDilanianNBC) January 30, 2019
Foxconn is spelled with one “n” too many. And Scott Walker’s corporate welfare & trickle-down uselessness has no rival in GOP gubernatorial misrule. Even Brownback in Kansas & Jindal in Louisiana managed to bankrupt their states without losing this much cash on a single fiasco. https://t.co/ZF1eXxgzG8
— David Simon (@AoDespair) January 30, 2019
"[Mueller] turned over non-sensitive info… it showed up on Twitter in a Russian disinformation campaign along w/ fabricated materials making clear that all of this info… is going to the Russian gov't and is being used against the US" – @matthewamiller w/ @NicolleDWallace pic.twitter.com/RbWFkyrHcI
— Deadline White House (@DeadlineWH) January 30, 2019
Bears repeating that a member of Trump's transition team was announced as a new board member of a company owned by Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska as soon as the Treasury Department lifted sanctions on Deripaska's companies.https://t.co/Q1pN8DJe2B
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) January 30, 2019
The argument that says “God wanted Trump to be President” never seems to grasp that in that case, God also wanted Obama to be President, Elizabeth Warren to be senator, and George Soros to be very very rich. https://t.co/RGMj8NbfyF
— Jeff Greenfield (@greenfield64) January 30, 2019
Sarah Sanders on CBN: "I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president."
— Alan Rappeport (@arappeport) January 30, 2019
You're his spokeswoman, not Mine, you malignant word-hag. https://t.co/JthKZ4GOaw
— God (@TheTweetOfGod) January 30, 2019
The coldest place in the continental U.S.: Temperatures sink to minus-48, wind chills to minus-65 in one Minnesota city https://t.co/eeLNuMwVDm
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 30, 2019
Satellite image shows the polar vortex hovering over the Midwest and Great Lakes regions as temperatures plunge to record lows.
Latest updates: https://t.co/xzuc1fOUvQ
📷: NOAA pic.twitter.com/oxadMv3Ij8
— NBC News (@NBCNews) January 30, 2019
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) January 30, 2019
From -27°C in Chicago to 46°C in Australia, climate change has already pushed the world into an age of extremes. And while extreme temperatures might be an uncomfortable inconvenience for developed communities with abundant air con… via @qz https://t.co/czftcKwsjU
— David Miliband (@DMiliband) January 30, 2019
NEWS: Nicolas Maduro *might* be trying to ship 20 tons of gold out of #Venezuela on a Russian cargo plane.
Some fun sleuthing by our beleaguered Caracas bureau.https://t.co/yHPzRikA9X
— Alex Wayne (@aawayne) January 30, 2019
Not just Venezuela, this is a superb conversation about ‘socialism’ in Latin America. No ‘hot takes’ or political posturing by half-baked ideological tourists, just informed, expert insight. https://t.co/A5e3Ir8AoS
— Charlie Beckett (@CharlieBeckett) January 30, 2019
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) January 30, 2019