The British public 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏼https://t.co/WVyVL0aTmf
— Dan Halliwell (@DanHalliwell1) November 29, 2019
Those people who tried to disarm the suspect on London Bridge, and the guy who was literally on top of him (while the suspect was wearing what turned out to be a hoax explosive belt but he didn’t know that then) are INCREDIBLE and COURAGEOUS and AMAZING https://t.co/7by1mU3slB
— Victoria Derbyshire (@vicderbyshire) November 29, 2019
The detail in this is extraordinary – I fear this will become really politicised. https://t.co/5J8oBZfhxW
— polly curtis 🐢 (@pollycurtis) November 29, 2019
“The Times has an extraordinary story on its front page tomorrow basically saying the London Bridge attacker was a convicted Islamist terrorist.”
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) November 29, 2019
— Graham Lovelace (@glovelace) November 29, 2019
Several people were stabbed, at least 2 fatally, in a "terrorist incident", the police said. The police shot and killed a man on London Bridge who appeared to have been wearing “a hoax explosive device.” https://t.co/3eyfYkojZ3
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 29, 2019
Breaking: Three people were wounded in a stabbing on a shopping street in The Hague, Netherlands, hours after a separate attack in London. Dutch police say the motive is unclear. https://t.co/hrxjKnBrck pic.twitter.com/GVPcMZOwlV
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 29, 2019
We popped into a Totnes Pub for a pizza on way home tonight.
A big group of women came in for a shindig. When they had settled and sorted themselves out, one of them said, 'I want to propose a toast to the London police, all police, plus the police dogs and horses.
Big cheer. https://t.co/1UVaKdJG4d
— Richard St Ruth (@RSR108) November 29, 2019
General election: Labour and Conservatives to suspend campaign after London Bridge terror attack https://t.co/YGLgljXdPl
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 29, 2019
Wealthy American donors who have given a total of more than $3.7m (£2.86m) to rightwing UK groups in the past five years have been identified, raising questions about the influence of foreign funding on British politics.https://t.co/siyHRhx3dk
— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) November 29, 2019
Glorious by @MarinaHyde. "This election marks a change of behaviour for the PM, who has finally started withdrawing. Unfortunately, he’s pulling out of debates and interviews, as opposed to single mothers. Still, baby steps. He’s missed a few of those."https://t.co/Uslib7H66E
— Patrick Kidd (@patrick_kidd) November 29, 2019
The president made Trump Tower look more valuable to lenders—and less valuable to the IRS. Said one real-estate expert, “I cannot give you an explanation” https://t.co/7TUO00cGGS
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) November 29, 2019
At least some GOP House members would "like to step out" against Trump "but they just can't because of their base at the moment."
Translated, they CAN step out against Trump but care more about themselves and staying in office than doing the right thing.https://t.co/59qheoI9Gh
— Orin Kerr (@OrinKerr) November 29, 2019
From new YouGov poll….
A Majority (53%) of Republicans think Donald Trump was a better President than Abraham Lincoln. pic.twitter.com/CrsiYeLUdJ
— Jesse Ferguson (@JesseFFerguson) November 29, 2019
We’re going to need another impeachment hearing for Gordon Sondland so he can testify again — for the FOURTH time — and clear this up. I’ve had enough of his omissions, half-truths and lies! https://t.co/VxE5WE6XjQ
— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 (@joncoopertweets) November 29, 2019
He always sounds like the person who has to write a 500-word essay but has about six words' worth of actual ideas. https://t.co/rkXLQaKqtz
— Kevin Gannon (@TheTattooedProf) November 28, 2019
Everything Trump does and says is a lie and a show. https://t.co/vWg1j7igJV
— Amy Siskind 🏳️🌈 (@Amy_Siskind) November 29, 2019
it's been two and a half years since they touched the orb and everything just keeps getting weirderhttps://t.co/grIR8V9tzH
— Rogue Works Progress Admínistration (@GabrielRossman) November 29, 2019
— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) November 29, 2019
JUST IN: The Maltese prime minister has announced his resignation.
The decision comes as controversy mounts over a probe into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. https://t.co/HTB2NTgpWS
— DW News (@dwnews) November 29, 2019
Facebook’s only Dutch factchecker has quit over the company’s refusal to allow them to highlight political lies as being false.
— Caroline Orr (@RVAwonk) November 29, 2019
Critics say Binyamin Netanyahu, like America’s president, is sowing division and damaging institutions—but perhaps not for much longer https://t.co/2KXxaSL6a7
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) November 29, 2019
— ABC News (@ABC) November 29, 2019
— AJ+ (@ajplus) November 29, 2019
Human history stretched back 10,000 years, and those millennia were physically stable, so it made emotional sense to assume that stability would stretch forward as well as past.
We know better now https://t.co/GiX7W8nIEH
— TIME (@TIME) November 29, 2019
Nothing sums up the change in modern rural Ireland more than the local newspaper in Monaghan explaining on its front page that AI stands for Artificial Intelligence, not Artificial Insemination.
— Caro Ru Lushe 🇭🇰 (@Mimilinsky) November 29, 2019
— Irish Foreign Ministry (@dfatirl) November 29, 2019