Waiting for a megafire: the battle against Australia's biggest blaze https://t.co/EaExTrIl63
— The Guardian (@guardian) December 22, 2019
Australia fires: 'Not much left' of town ravaged by bushfire https://t.co/Apvgd2MH6j
— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) December 22, 2019
Story on the change in the govt's story on emissions, which I think deserves explanation – and more consideration in 2020.
When accounting can shift like this, isn't it time to talk less about targets, more about decarbonisation – the goal agreed in Paris?https://t.co/noBmAxqGOQ
— Adam Morton (@adamlmorton) December 22, 2019
Greta Thunberg accuses Australia's politicians of 'failing to make the connection' between climate change and bushfires.
— SBS News (@SBSNews) December 22, 2019
— Climate Reality (@ClimateReality) December 22, 2019
— The Today Show (@TheTodayShow) December 22, 2019
This is an extremely unwell man. @realDonaldTrump spewed utterly bizarre, deluded nonsense last night, rambling and ridiculous at a level that is scary even for him.
Dementia is a rapidly progressing affliction and stress can cause it to worsen. This is approaching a crisis. pic.twitter.com/mD9036qZYZ
— Spiro Agnew’s Ghost (@SpiroAgnewGhost) December 23, 2019
If a guy at the bar sounded like this you’d slide a couple stools down as quickly as possible pic.twitter.com/4s3JfQXaSS
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 22, 2019
The National Review, a conservative publication, is calling for Trump’s removal.
“The Constitution provides for impeachment & removal to protect us from officials, including presidents, who are unable or unwilling to distinguish between the common good.”https://t.co/7MiiafhSLN
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) December 23, 2019
#Trump’s Winter Vacation Pushes TAXPAYER GOLF TAB Above $118 million
Equivalent to 296 years of the $400,000 presidential salary
— Michael O'Grady (@mog7546) December 23, 2019
Happy Hanukkah! Mother Jones is celebrating this year’s festival of lights with a festival of slights. Specifically, President Donald Trump’s slights toward the Jewish people. https://t.co/tVaXFNd6V5
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) December 23, 2019
OK, time for some game theory on how 2020 plays out w/ Trump, the election and everything. My scenario is bleak (but fun!) – here's why. We need to expect the worst on ballot security and U.S. democracy to start fighting now for what's best. My new column https://t.co/t28fOwsbHl
— Will Bunch 🆘 (@Will_Bunch) December 22, 2019
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) December 22, 2019
Brexiters fixate about the little symbols of Brexit – festivals, commemorative coins, passport colour, the chimes of Big Ben etc.
Perhaps because the big plus points of it just don't exist and can't be quantified.#BigBen #StopBrexit https://t.co/6upqDlV6vE
— Slough for Europe 🇪🇺🎪 (@SloughForEU) December 22, 2019
A decade ago, Gary Neville’s comments here would be universally echoed in the Sky Sports studio. Unfortunately the era of Brexit and Trumpism means they now come with a disclaimer for fear of offending actual racists pic.twitter.com/DsCtBPUISD
— Richard Buxton (@RichardBuxton_) December 22, 2019
On the train home for Christmas. One last clear-out of the garbage. And it sure has been a constant stream of that for over 7 days now. Vile. Grim. And regularly just plain mean too, like this one. pic.twitter.com/pfrzdEjUYV
— Prof Tanja Bueltmann (@cliodiaspora) December 22, 2019
Boris Johnson is aiming for our country to undermine the entire neighbourhood on workers’ & environmental standards.
Just when the world needs the opposite. We are becoming a selfish, regressive state. https://t.co/lSpJ9x3eeA
— Mike Galsworthy (@mikegalsworthy) December 22, 2019
To all those who said "oh you'll still be able to sing and work in the EU after Brexit, the Beatles managed to play in Germany in the 60s" have a look at this job advert and thanks for ruining people's careers and businesses to satisfy your pathetic xenophobic desires: pic.twitter.com/xgB5SHbgge
— Socialist Opera Singer (@OperaSocialist) December 22, 2019
For four decades, the writer William Gibson has imagined the near future more convincingly than anyone else. Now he finds it hard to grapple with Brexit, the Trump Presidency, and climate change. https://t.co/3YsvJxEq2W
— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) December 22, 2019
#BREAKING China will levy temporary import tariffs on more than 850 items starting Jan. 1 with rates lower than most-favored-nation tax rates as part of a tariff adjustment package announced to boost high-quality development of trade pic.twitter.com/Un1EnmFCBe
— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) December 23, 2019
India’s citizenship law: what is it and why has it stirred such anger? https://t.co/RB88SAUvwH
— Financial Times (@FT) December 23, 2019
— RobC (@r0bc) December 22, 2019