Ivan Rogers: "The biggest crisis of Brexit to date" lies ahead in late 2020 and is "virtually inevitable".
— Jennifer Rankin (@JenniferMerode) November 25, 2019
Labour doesn’t deserve to win UK election, but neither do the Tories, Tony Blair says https://t.co/DnAy7HK6Wr
— BusinessLIVE (@BusinessLiveSA) November 25, 2019
Lord Heseltine tells lifelong Tory voters to back Lib Dems in general election https://t.co/2eUkgA1ZT5
— Roger Gall #VoteLabour (@Shambles151) November 25, 2019
This is utterly unprecedented.
To my knowledge, no Chief Rabbi of this country has never made a comparable statement to this, before any election.
— Daniel Sugarman (@Daniel_Sugarman) November 25, 2019
Unprecedented for the leader of a major religious group in UK to make this kind of statement in a General Election campaign – and to feel the need to do so – Labour says they have worked extremely hard to combat the problem and Corbyn has fought racism all his life
— Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak) November 25, 2019
An independent Scotland could rejoin the EU relatively quickly, says Nicola Sturgeon https://t.co/Qxo6mzwp1G
— TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) November 25, 2019
In terms of Northern Ireland's constitutional future, the election in Scotland is more important than the election in Northern Ireland itself. Something I wrote in the @guardian https://t.co/aFQeqnsofP
— Matthew O'Toole (@MatthewOToole2) November 25, 2019
Boris Johnson could urinate through my mam’s letterbox and I’d still vote for him. It’s so important that we get Brexit done, deliver on that solemn promise, avoid going the same way as Venezuela and selling our armed forces for tea in No 10 with some of our most fervent enemies.
— Darren Grimes (@darrengrimes_) November 25, 2019
Lord Tony Hall take responsibility and show leadership!
Trust in the BBC is draining away Lord Hall. You need to get a grip urgently!
Our democracy is at stake @bbcnews@ofcom@BBCR4Feedback @RobBurl https://t.co/T0EX0rs4uS
— Tom London (@TomLondon6) November 25, 2019
This row over the BBC editing out laughter at Boris Johnson shows something that's happening more and more: Online coverage of broadcast news fuck-ups is increasingly attracting more eyeballs than the original news broadcasts. Media is eating itself. https://t.co/r0rFM9NU49
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) November 25, 2019
BBC admits it made a mistake not showing this footage of Boris Johnson on a loop for 24 hours on all of its channels pic.twitter.com/8soUwtWGpM
— HappyToast ★ (@IamHappyToast) November 25, 2019
Westminster voting intention:
CON: 41% (-1)
LAB: 34% (+2)
LDEM: 13% (-)
BREX: 4% (-1)
via @ICMResearch, 22 – 25 Nov
Chgs. w/ 18 Nov
— Britain Elects (@britainelects) November 25, 2019
Revealed: Former Vote Leave data chief accused of pro-Tory ‘disinformation’. Thomas Borwick boasted could use proxy groups on Facebook to 'split anti-Tory vote'. Experts say system 'wide open to abuse’. Latest @openDemocracy exclusive by @PeterKGeoghegan https://t.co/t8HwQsNrhy
— openDemocracy (@openDemocracy) November 25, 2019
#BREAKING: Federal judge rules former White House counsel McGahn must testify under subpoena https://t.co/8H3veYbZOw pic.twitter.com/O4xxcYGgzN
— The Hill (@thehill) November 25, 2019
DOJ spox Kerri Kupec tells @ABC that the department will appeal the ruling and seek a stay pending the appeal. https://t.co/RHuQdf38AD
— Alex Mallin (@alex_mallin) November 25, 2019
Bold prediction: McGahn won't testify any time soon because eventually the Supreme Court will issue a stay, if necessary, to stop it from happening any time soon. https://t.co/J7XmGZwBeC
— Rick Hasen (@rickhasen) November 25, 2019
It's deeply depressing that SCOTUS takes this bullshit seriously. But it was always obvious that between 4-5 justices would take it seriously. So here we are.https://t.co/7J1NVboOAf
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) November 26, 2019
NEW: Federal prosecutors investigating Giuliani associates have launched an investigation that could include criminal charges of conspiracy, obstruction of justice, campaign finance violations & money laundering.
My latest with @KaraScannell & @CNNPaul: https://t.co/qr67IRZZ7P
— Vicky Ward (@VickyPJWard) November 25, 2019
This. Is. Nuts. https://t.co/bDbu7ACPZT
— Katie Phang (@KatiePhang) November 25, 2019
In a surprise move, Graham apparently coming out strongly in favor of investigating Trump children for profiting off their father’s public office. I mean, there would be no other way to read this unless Graham was just a complete and total hypocrit and a liar who was full of it. https://t.co/Hwj8MXBIhe
— Susan Hennessey (@Susan_Hennessey) November 25, 2019
So, you know, children in cages, pardoning war criminals, advocating torture, protecting foreign despots who murder US journalists, racism, rape. I guess what I am saying is I am all for preventing cruelty to animals…but what about cruelty to humans? https://t.co/KgeFhuXiTd
— David Rothkopf (@djrothkopf) November 25, 2019
Just as I expected, Kentucky Republicans are now plotting to strip Democratic Gov.-elect Andy Beshear of certain executive powers after he defeated GOP Gov. Matt Bevin this month. Republicans simply refuse to respect Dems' legitimacy to govern https://t.co/gQlGY8GCmb
— Stephen Wolf (@PoliticsWolf) November 25, 2019
Xinhua declined to report who won.
“According to the announcement by the Electoral Affairs Commission, all 452 district councillors of 18 districts have been elected,” it said.
😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣https://t.co/BLSVnUo2t2 via @scmpnews
— Matthew Brooker (@mbrookerhk) November 25, 2019
Climate change is now messing with the monsoon, making seasonal rains more intense and less predictable. Worse, decades of short-sighted government policies are leaving millions of Indians defenseless in the age of climate disruptions–especially the poor.https://t.co/gdyGlRGhwO
— NYT Climate (@nytclimate) November 25, 2019
What the hell is Cyber Monday? (I have at least heard of Black Friday but I was under the impression that it had already happened.) https://t.co/mJbnKhfNSg
— Tom Hamilton (@thhamilton) November 25, 2019