I'll wager many UK people won't understand the humour in this, but the Germans will. Top trolling! pic.twitter.com/Ww54KdwxLm
— Dr*T (@Dr_star_T) April 11, 2019
Can we believe the polls? Hard to believe the politicians who so consistently misrepresent them. It all seems to be tending to one answer… let’s find out what people really, unambiguously think: here’s a little film about just that – https://t.co/aGiCHwi6uo
— Stephen Fry (@stephenfry) April 7, 2019
I argue, as a Brexiteer, that we need to take a long deep breath. We need to swallow our pride, and think again. My new piece for Open Democracy makes the case for a long Brexit pause for reflection: https://t.co/KCOdzZIXU1
— Peter Oborne (@OborneTweets) April 7, 2019
There's a lot in this article that I disagree with, and there's a lot that many Brexiters will also disagree with. And (perhaps for that very reason) I think it's the first truly balanced and comprehensive analysis of Brexit I've ever read. Thank you.
— Nadia Nomad (@nadialanomade) April 7, 2019
A little light relief for all being driven crazy by the Brexit madness. My bagpipes make a much needed intervention. This is for you @eucopresident @EmmanuelMacron @peteraltmaier @WeyandSabine @MichelBarnier @LeoVaradkar @theresa_may @NicolaSturgeon @IanMurrayMP @Keir_Starmer pic.twitter.com/oSqnPWD076
— Alastair PEOPLE’S VOTE Campbell (@campbellclaret) April 5, 2019
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Best 11 minutes you'll spend tonight, Germany is on to the greatest fraud in British political history, it's all in here, Leave's lies, illegal spending, dubious companies, Banks' dodgy diamond mines, Farage; even a cameo by @shahmiruk
Full version here: https://t.co/SP3W3t4uxv pic.twitter.com/rsG5pb6dlZ
— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) April 4, 2019
BRILLIANT – If you though that was 11 minutes well spent, we recommend you invest the best 30 minutes you're ever likely to spend this week. This longer subtitled version contains extensive footage from @carolecadwalla and @EmmaLBriant
h/t @EuphoricEuler https://t.co/hMKnds9Wkv
— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) April 5, 2019
Important story from @jimwaterson. Journalists and MPs have been chasing this for months. With no answers. Who is paying for the hard Brexit ads. Extraordinary & yet unsurprising that Lynton Crosby is involved. But still no answers as to who is paying???https://t.co/F4fUXfjy2x
— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) April 3, 2019
"In almost every act of our lives we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses.
It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind."
Edward Bernays 1929
— Ron Reid (@ron611087) April 3, 2019
🏴 Scotland voted remain.
🚫 Scottish MPs voted against no-deal.
🇪🇺 Scottish MPs voted to stay in the Single Market.
Sovereignty rests with the people of Scotland, not Westminster, and the people of Scotland will not be dragged out of the European Union against our will. pic.twitter.com/DV06N03Xfe
— The SNP (@theSNP) April 1, 2019