— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) September 11, 2019
🎙️ "Did you lie to the Queen?"
🗣️ "Absolutely not"
UK PM Boris Johnson denies misleading the Queen about his reasons for suspending Parliamenthttps://t.co/wtYkW8UnhO pic.twitter.com/uLBtwIlb38
— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) September 12, 2019
Am hoping the supreme court develops a test of "Boris Johnson improper purpose" (like "Wednesbury Unreasonableness") which can be his lasting personal legacy to constitutional law https://t.co/p9Si7zDfHR
— David Allen Green (@davidallengreen) September 12, 2019
So Yellowhammer summary in summary
1. School holidays make the 31st Oct a shitty day for this to happen
— Moral Lord of Everything 🇪🇺🇬🇧🔶 (@sjharley) September 11, 2019
Boris Johnson puts price on Irish Sea bridge proposal https://t.co/urSrZ3G08o
— Belfast News Letter (@News_Letter) September 12, 2019
Glorious morning in Dublin. Here's this week's podcast linking Brexit, the UK and @nntaleb anti-fragile idea plus why the DUP have just done more to end NI as a political entity than any nationalist politician, ever! It's all goin' on!!https://t.co/psGBe4DK8R
— David McWilliams (@davidmcw) September 10, 2019
Since DUP are constantly referencing the Good Friday Agreement over #Brexit, here’s a quick reminder of Nigel Dodds, Ian Paisley and the DUP trying to stop it being signed in 1998. https://t.co/ktenVzPpWb
— John Ó Néill (@JJCONeill) September 11, 2019
For all their talk about being great negotiators, the DUP‘s influence on Brexit has been a disaster for the North.
I spoke to RTÉ this week about the need to remain in the customs union and single market. pic.twitter.com/ejxt1yBzsi
— Colum Eastwood (@columeastwood) September 12, 2019
Before Brexit, these kind of figures were unthinkable in polls in NI. Of course nothing is certain, but if the DUP thought Brexit would strengthen the Union, these figures demonstrate that they were very misguided. Not that they weren’t warned. https://t.co/0kzAuRiGAp
— Duncan Morrow (@duncan_morrow) September 11, 2019
Things fall apart…
Actually, hold on a minute. Imagine a Corbyn supporter listed opponents of the Labour leader to be executed – as this Boris Johnson supporter has done – and got 1,000 RTs and lots of tweets suggesting the method of death.
Every newspaper would make it a story. https://t.co/qtPc7Jkcnt
— Owen Jones🌹 (@OwenJones84) September 12, 2019
BREAKING: House Judiciary Committee approves resolution spelling out the parameters for its impeachment investigation into President Trump.
All Democrats voted aye; all Republicans voted no.
— Andrew Desiderio (@AndrewDesiderio) September 12, 2019
BREAKING: House panel approves impeachment inquiry parameters as Democrats try to clarify their strategy https://t.co/0lK3BCyXCQ pic.twitter.com/r7FAWO1F5F
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 12, 2019
Opinion: Time is running out. Impeach Trump. https://t.co/WGqq9MeLRj
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 10, 2019
Democrats: We’d love to impeach Trump and definitely think he deserves it, but Americans aren’t there yet
Texas: *Trump is 5 points underwater* pic.twitter.com/MJhFNC57hl
— Will Stancil (@whstancil) September 11, 2019
They can’t beat you,they can’t impeach you either!
You have been held by the hand of God! This was divine intervention and it cannot he stopped!
Demoncrats are wrong again!
— The Church of Trumpology™ (@RealTCOT) September 12, 2019
Meanwhile, in the real world…
The U.S. Supreme Court granted a request by President Donald Trump's administration to fully enforce a new rule that would curtail asylum applications by immigrants at the U.S.-Mexico border, a key element of his hardline immigration policies. More here: https://t.co/vfkCPLYzGq pic.twitter.com/JPo5CXMUl4
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) September 12, 2019
Last month I wrote an open letter to the CEO of @Walmart about ending gun violence. I got an email that day from @LEVIS CEO Chip Bergh that it got him “thinking” about what more could be done. Today, he got 145 CEOs to do this: https://t.co/HA8uEgWDIo
— Andrew Ross Sorkin (@andrewrsorkin) September 12, 2019
This is a big deal: at a time Americans already have reason to be concerned about access to clean drinking water, the president is reportedly planning to repeal major protections preventing lakes and streams from being contaminated by pollutants.https://t.co/D3J7DVheZl
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 12, 2019
"The recent surge in youth activism, combined with the recent extreme weather related to the climate crisis, have underpinned a marked shift in public demand for action," writes @algore https://t.co/cS6fd3MRIJ
— TIME (@TIME) September 12, 2019
BP Chief: I'll say literally anything to make it sound like I carehttps://t.co/z3ZvQT5GfB
— Adam McGibbon (@AdamMcGibbon) September 12, 2019
Airbus, Boeing, and SoftBank are now developing stratospheric autonomous drones, capable of flying at (and even above) 60,000 feet. https://t.co/7ihrSwiCuY pic.twitter.com/tfb7fz2OGb
— Diane Francis (@dianefrancis1) September 12, 2019
Alleged drug gang thwarted by giant seal in $1bn Australian desert island drug bust https://t.co/SiKCwr5BUX
— The Guardian (@guardian) September 12, 2019