A spokesman for Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, told CNN that the UK's Withdrawal Agreement is not open for re-negotiation, despite Parliament's vote tonight to do just that. https://t.co/nAxqr90L0s
— CNN International (@cnni) January 29, 2019
— Mark Stone (@Stone_SkyNews) January 29, 2019
T May will go to Brussels anyway. She’ll be politely informed that no renegotiation is possible and she’ll return home crying that the nasty Europeans 🇪🇺and ungrateful Irish ☘️ are to blame for the mess she’s created.
— Dermot Keaney (@dermot110) January 29, 2019
Theresa May has been accused of “making it up as she goes along” after saying she will try to reopen the withdrawal agreement. https://t.co/SCZuPYz5oQ
— The New European (@TheNewEuropean) January 29, 2019
Very tight on deadline. Really can't guarantee this makes sense. But then the process that it describes stopped making sense some months ago https://t.co/4NmOiaVaUj
— Rafael Behr (@rafaelbehr) January 29, 2019
"You lot are deluded. It's not going to happen." Truth to power… https://t.co/ooZs9Z88S0
— polly curtis (@pollycurtis) January 29, 2019
Parliament approved just two of a possible seven amendments to the EU #WithdrawalAgreement this evening, rejecting the policy of the UK leaving the EU without a deal and calling on the Government to come up with "alternative arrangements" to the Irish backstop. pic.twitter.com/fwiLkborjE
— Press Association (@PA) January 29, 2019
Backstop was agreed by UK/EU as the insurance policy to avoid a hard border in all scenarios. We hope it will never be used, or be replaced quickly by a future relationship agreement. But it is necessary and tonight’s developments at Westminster do nothing to change this. #Brexit
— Simon Coveney (@simoncoveney) January 29, 2019
— UK in a Changing EU (@UKandEU) January 29, 2019
If you, like me, have a DUP MP this is the utter contempt in which they hold you. Right up there with "Let them eat cake".
If you voted for them? Think hard before trusting them with your vote again.
They're not in politics to serve you: they're in it to serve themselves. pic.twitter.com/26WebYMf1n
— Naomi Long MLA (@naomi_long) January 29, 2019
The UK state is going to get the Brexit it deserves.
And it will be the UK people who will suffer.
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) January 29, 2019
.@jamesrbuk: "Many national leaders simply cannot conceive this partner — whom they had for so long regarded as relentlessly competent, if a little self-interested — can genuinely be on the verge of such a massive act of self-sabotage." https://t.co/eZpa7CmYgx
— Larry Smith (@LarryAdamSmith) January 29, 2019
The apparent gap between Trump and his own intelligence agencies has been a persistent theme over the last 2 years, and Tuesday's testimony illustrates just how stark the divide is between what the President says and the information he is being presented.https://t.co/mZqanXPv1c
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) January 29, 2019
That is quietly damning. https://t.co/PLG8cvah4H
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) January 29, 2019
"I think the Mueller investigation is not the President's biggest problem… the Southern District of New York investigation has always been *much more dangerous* — and has much more hazard to it — than… Mueller."
Chris Christie, a former fed prosecutor, to @NicolleDWallace
— Ari Melber (@AriMelber) January 29, 2019
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) January 29, 2019
NEW: The billionaire donor LEN BLAVATNIK stands to make $$$$$ from @USTreasury’s move on Sunday to lift sanctions on OLEG DERIPASKA’s @UC_RUSAL.
* In 2017, Blavatnik announced an investment in a film company that was owned partly by … STEVE MNUCHIN. https://t.co/N66xs8FDJT
— Kenneth P. Vogel (@kenvogel) January 29, 2019
Stacey Abrams will give the Democratic response to President Trump's State of the Union address, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says. Abrams was narrowly defeated in her 2018 bid to become governor of Georgia. https://t.co/60Fw2mlJkX pic.twitter.com/4EO3ZOb1T8
— CNN (@CNN) January 29, 2019
Here’s my first podcast episode as a Congresswoman!
I also picked the brain of fmr Rep. Brad Miller (N Carolina), who sat on Fin Services during the ‘08 crisis.https://t.co/sNPzQU5ZK7
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) January 29, 2019
What Joe Nocera describes here is an instance of a common phenomenon with very successful entrepreneurs: they understood one thing really well and so they assume they understand everything. https://t.co/iF39uyTFtX
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) January 29, 2019
SCOOP: Russia has made a secret offer to North Korea for a nuclear power plant, inserting itself into the high-states nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang. New report from me and @Nakashimae https://t.co/2ZluLN5MAB
— John Hudson (@John_Hudson) January 29, 2019
Facing mounting pressure to step down as #Venezuela’s leader, President Nicolás Maduro has begun a ruthless crackdown, terrorizing poor neighborhoods with deadly nighttime raids and blocking rivals’ efforts to spread their message on social media.https://t.co/EfDGTeB2Z4
— Bruno J. Navarro (@Bruno_J_Navarro) January 29, 2019
The extradition hearing for a top Huawei executive at the center of a diplomatic row between Ottawa and Beijing was pushed back to March, after the US unveiled sweeping charges against her and the Chinese tech giant https://t.co/DE58s9bNwM
— AFP news agency (@AFP) January 29, 2019
"Instead of accepting defeat, the mobility-tech world is shifting its laser beam of optimism from self-driving Earth taxis to self-driving air taxis." @DKThomp on the fatal flaw of the flying-car dream: https://t.co/EL4S86TJrt
— The Atlantic (@TheAtlantic) January 29, 2019
I guess I’m into bigamy now because I will be marrying both of these people pic.twitter.com/YwdxUBM66m
— Hannah Jane Parkinson (@ladyhaja) January 29, 2019