— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) February 8, 2019
We hear the vote is being delayed again. Is it really worth holding the country to ransom just because your party can't function? This country deserves better#EnoughIsEnough
— Rowena Kay (@rowena_kay) February 8, 2019
— Alberto Nardelli (@AlbertoNardelli) February 6, 2019
— Ian Dunt (@IanDunt) February 8, 2019
— Helena Lee (@BBCHelenaLee) February 8, 2019
I’ve decided to revise down my view of the chances of no deal to zero. It’s a political hoax.
Under the Withdrawal Act, it only takes an SI to alter the date. And I don’t believe May would wreck the economy in that way.
— Tom Kibasi (@TomKibasi) February 8, 2019
UKIP has run into the ground so Farage sets up another vehicle for his ego, scapegoating and lies.
Different party, same shit.
His betrayal narrative is ready for whatever Brexit outcome we arrive at.
We have to confront it, not run away from it.https://t.co/7f69GPxSRE
— Seb Dance MEP (@SebDance) February 8, 2019
— sasha long (@sashalong17) February 8, 2019
The EU flag banned by the BBC for the Eurovision… if there's a perfect image of the profoundly self-humiliating effect of Brexit, it is this clumsy but serious attempt at censorship at such a proudly silly event as the #EurovisionYouDecide. https://t.co/ITHosUT19P
— Edward Burke (@Edward__Burke) February 8, 2019
The fact that this robotic dolt has been named Acting Attorney General of the United States would be beyond comprehension but for what we know of the dolt who illegally appointed him. What a dismal day of testimony by Mathew Whitaker!
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) February 8, 2019
Pramila Jayapal to Whitaker: "Your attorneys are prosecuting them, and your Department was not tracking parents who were separated from their children?"
"Do you know what kind of damage has been done to children and families … Do you understand the magnitude of that?" Via ABC pic.twitter.com/vgWG3PMjgW
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 8, 2019
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) February 8, 2019
The past 24 hours seen an insane amount of news break about the Trump Org. To recap 1/
— Zach Everson (@Z_Everson) February 8, 2019
JUST IN: Maria Butina and government prosecutors agree that Butina is not yet ready for sentencing because "[t]he defendant’s cooperation is not yet complete." Continuance until Feb. 26 requested. pic.twitter.com/nwW2IkJlf4
— Chris Geidner (@chrisgeidner) February 8, 2019
From a year ago. Now go arrest them and quit cutting nonsensical deals. https://t.co/6c1PaojCVX
— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) February 8, 2019
There is no context in which this isn't truly awful. Saying if Hitler just stuck to Germany, he'd be good… That ain't it. https://t.co/5HVpK3861i
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) February 8, 2019
Saudi state minister for foreign affairs (former foreign minister) responds to questions about Saudi/AMI relationship, calls it “a soap opera” but hedges when asked whether the Saudis played a role in the leaked Bezos stories. “I doubt it,” he says. https://t.co/2Zlhqe5OLR
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) February 8, 2019
Philip Green's accusers: The allegations told for the first timehttps://t.co/XBStw1Xnkm
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) February 8, 2019
Theresa May arrives in Dublin. pic.twitter.com/LzP4OREszM
— Philip Boucher-Hayes (@boucherhayes) February 8, 2019
Dingell becoming one of the world's best tweeters in his twilight years was a delight I never saw coming. And this essay is so powerful. What a baller. https://t.co/Ij5wVfOQet
— David Roberts (@drvox) February 8, 2019