Tory leadership race: Why are MPs lining up behind Boris Johnson? https://t.co/12r4DgWiVW
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) June 17, 2019
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) June 17, 2019
Commentary on last night's C4 #ToryLeadership debate: tl;dr. All you need to know is that @BorisJohnson avoided having to face @RoryStewartUK. As long as Rory is eliminated before the BBC debate on Tuesday evening then it's job done for Boris. If he's not, then he has a problem.
— Tim Bale (@ProfTimBale) June 17, 2019
New rules : you can evade journalists and still be the Prime Minister – especially if you have your own house journal of uncritical coverage https://t.co/ZBrmyxDEtY
— emily bell (@emilybell) June 17, 2019
— Alex Andreou (@sturdyAlex) June 16, 2019
My bit on the search for a new prime minister https://t.co/TTmO3XnIIo
— Marina Hyde (@MarinaHyde) June 15, 2019
There’s something really poignant about all these voices of conservatism lining up to utterly debase themselves on the altar of an utter charlatan. pic.twitter.com/29ZgkXV1Hp
— . (@twlldun) June 17, 2019
What is the actual point of these TV leadership debates when it’s only 120,000 Tory Party members (9,000 in Scotland) who’ll get a vote?
Anyone else in Scotland getting the feeling that their future’s being decided for them and not by them? Again. #C4Debate
— Alan Ferrier (@alanferrier) June 16, 2019
I’ve successfully infiltrated the Tory leadership campaigns and got one of them to start a tweet with “Every older person should die” https://t.co/ySGg7R12OX
— Owen Jones🌹 (@OwenJones84) June 16, 2019
— Vinny Hurrell (@vinnybelfast) June 17, 2019
Democracy appears to be alive somewhere…
— Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) June 17, 2019
Timelapse footage shows Hong Kong demonstrators filling the streets in protest against extradition bill.
— ABC News (@ABC) June 17, 2019
China’s Huawei expects a $30 billion dent in revenue—for the first time quantifying the potential impact of the U.S. blacklisting https://t.co/wvf5yo1ilD
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) June 17, 2019
Breaking News: Iran announced plans to enrich more uranium soon. It would be a violation of the 2015 nuclear deal that the U.S. withdrew from last year.https://t.co/bHGD53JYSI
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 17, 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says while the U.S. does not want a war with Iran, President Donald Trump is considering 'a full range of options' to stop it from getting a nuclear weapon. More here: https://t.co/u1nwrUr4uZ pic.twitter.com/8JVBXs9hqN
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 17, 2019
News Analysis: For any president, accusing another country of an act of war presents a challenge to overcome skepticism at home and abroad. For President Trump, it is far more daunting. https://t.co/graAPpOIqR
— The New York Times (@nytimes) June 16, 2019
Pentagon and intelligence officials described broad hesitation to go into detail with Trump about operations against Russia for concern over his reaction—and the possibility that he might revoke it or discuss it with foreign officials.
— Citizens for Ethics (@CREWcrew) June 17, 2019
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) June 17, 2019
A person familiar with the purge said the firings were less about the accuracy of the polling and more about meeting the President's demands. Another person with knowledge of the discussions refuted this, saying it was about the leaks. https://t.co/rjcvQRMGoD
— Betsy Klein (@betsy_klein) June 17, 2019
Pres. Trump says he “might” turn over his “financial statement” to Congress.
— ABC News (@ABC) June 17, 2019