Tony Blair calls for second vote to fix Brexit ‘mess’

Tony Blair calls for second vote to fix Brexit 'mess' https://t.co/c6qutZLqDS pic.twitter.com/jZRpaa85Rs — FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter Advertisements

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UK House of Commons: House of Commons votes 305 to 301 to approve New Clause 17 of the #TradeBill. The new clause ensures that it is a negotiating objective for the UK Government to secure an agreement that allows the UK’s continued participation in the European medicines regulatory network.

House of Commons votes 305 to 301 to approve New Clause 17 of the #TradeBill.The new clause ensures that it is a negotiating objective for the UK Government to secure an agreement that allows the UK's continued participation in the European medicines regulatory network. pic.twitter.com/iTET4jbAEQ — UK House of Commons […]

Senator Ted Cruz: Glad to meet with Judge Kavanaugh at my DC office today to discuss his #SCOTUS nomination. I look forward to his confirmation hearing, where he’ll have the opportunity to demonstrate that he’ll uphold the rule of law & interpret the Constitution according to its original meaning.

Glad to meet with Judge Kavanaugh at my DC office today to discuss his #SCOTUS nomination. I look forward to his confirmation hearing, where he'll have the opportunity to demonstrate that he'll uphold the rule of law & interpret the Constitution according to its original meaning. pic.twitter.com/w9j2z7GKrD — Senator Ted […]

Timeline of Goldman Sachs leaders: David Solomon has been named as the next chief executive officer, succeeding Lloyd Blankfein, who has been in the role since 2006

Timeline of Goldman Sachs leaders: David Solomon has been named as the next chief executive officer, succeeding Lloyd Blankfein, who has been in the role since 2006. https://t.co/pixXhEwgNm $GS pic.twitter.com/zxnbJvU3xM — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats reaffirms his conclusion that Russia tried to sway the election: “We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy”

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats reaffirms his conclusion that Russia tried to sway the election: "We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive efforts to undermine our democracy" https://t.co/BRvfPMVwgt pic.twitter.com/RJqIRfN3q7 — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 17, 2018 Source: […]

Pres. Trump says his meeting with Putin was better than his meeting with NATO leaders: “While I had a great meeting with NATO, raising vast amounts of money, I had an even better meeting with Vladimir Putin of Russia”

Pres. Trump says his meeting with Putin was better than his meeting with NATO leaders: "While I had a great meeting with NATO, raising vast amounts of money, I had an even better meeting with Vladimir Putin of Russia" https://t.co/6Q5wsOyudF pic.twitter.com/D2ZbUEYCZd — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 17, 2018 Source: […]

Barack Obama points to “strange and uncertain times” during a speech in South Africa, a day after US President Trump’s news conference with Russian President Putin

Barack Obama points to “strange and uncertain times” during a speech in South Africa, a day after US President Trump’s news conference with Russian President Putin https://t.co/Xnkor53sMY pic.twitter.com/jfzIuMsRUq — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Bodycam footage captures police in Las Vegas exchanging gunfire with shooting suspects during a pursuit.

Bodycam footage captures police in Las Vegas exchanging gunfire with shooting suspects during a pursuit. One of the suspects was killed after he tried to flee on foot, authorities say. The other was wounded and taken into custody. https://t.co/OQYEMyVgGo pic.twitter.com/qgdaaP18Us — ABC News (@ABC) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

John McDonnell MP: Government’s plan to close Parliament on Thursday and send MPs home early for summer is because Theresa May is fearful of Tory MPs hanging around plotting against her. It shows what chaos this government is in.Let me make it clear that I will be voting against breaking up early.

Government’s plan to close Parliament on Thursday and send MPs home early for summer is because Theresa May is fearful of Tory MPs hanging around plotting against her. It shows what chaos this government is in.Let me make it clear that I will be voting against breaking up early. — […]

Donald Tusk: With the largest bilateral trade deal EVER, today we cement Japanese-European friendship. Geographically, we are far apart. But politically and economically we could hardly be any closer. With shared values of liberal democracy, human rights and the rule of law.

With the largest bilateral trade deal EVER, today we cement Japanese-European friendship. Geographically, we are far apart. But politically and economically we could hardly be any closer. With shared values of liberal democracy, human rights and the rule of law. pic.twitter.com/ICcGTY3XI8 — Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Hatch: The administration has implemented or threatened global tariffs on approximately $500 billion of goods. Pure and simple, tariffs are a tax on American businesses and consumers.

Hatch: The administration has implemented or threatened global tariffs on approximately $500 billion of goods. Pure and simple, tariffs are a tax on American businesses and consumers. pic.twitter.com/eL0dElKAtF — GOP Senate Finance (@GOPSenFinance) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

WATCH: Speaker Ryan: “We just conducted a yearlong investigation into Russia’s interference in our elections. They did interfere in our elections. It’s really clear. There should be no doubt about that.”

WATCH: Speaker Ryan: "We just conducted a yearlong investigation into Russia's interference in our elections. They did interfere in our elections. It's really clear. There should be no doubt about that." pic.twitter.com/q8kCgeOFzJ — NBC News (@NBCNews) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Obama urges wealthy people to consider those in need. “Let me pay a little more in taxes. It’s okay, I can afford it,” he says

Obama urges wealthy people to consider those in need. "Let me pay a little more in taxes. It's okay, I can afford it," he says. https://t.co/pomR3DkGkM pic.twitter.com/1yZl7s73Yh — CBS News (@CBSNews) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Former President Obama: “I believe in Nelson Mandela’s vision. I believe in a vision shared by Gandhi and King and Abraham Lincoln. I believe in a vision… built on the premise that all people are created equal and they’re endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights.”

Former President Obama: “I believe in Nelson Mandela’s vision. I believe in a vision shared by Gandhi and King and Abraham Lincoln. I believe in a vision… built on the premise that all people are created equal and they’re endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights." pic.twitter.com/KggxBHzmnR — CNN […]

Former President Obama: “We see the utter loss of shame among political leaders where they’re caught in a lie and they just double-down and they lie some more.”

Former President Obama: “We see the utter loss of shame among political leaders where they’re caught in a lie and they just double-down and they lie some more.” pic.twitter.com/EOazEOIq9C — NBC News (@NBCNews) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Obama: “Keep believing. Keep marching. Keep building. Keep raising your voice. Every generation has the opportunity to remake the world. And Mandela said young people are capable when aroused of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom.”

Obama: "Keep believing. Keep marching. Keep building. Keep raising your voice. Every generation has the opportunity to remake the world. And Mandela said young people are capable when aroused of bringing down the towers of oppression and raising the banners of freedom." pic.twitter.com/Dsn0wEAdZ5 — CBS News (@CBSNews) July 17, 2018 […]

Hollywood star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger berates Donald #Trump for acting “like a wet noodle” at press conference with Vladimir #Putin

Hollywood star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger berates Donald #Trump for acting "like a wet noodle" at press conference with Vladimir #Putin Read more: https://t.co/roJHxIN74R pic.twitter.com/QuH4F1aqBh — Sky News (@SkyNews) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Asked if he agrees with former CIA Director John Brennan that Pres. Trump’s performance at the Putin presser was “treasonous,” Speaker Paul Ryan says, “I do not.”

Asked if he agrees with former CIA Director John Brennan that Pres. Trump's performance at the Putin presser was "treasonous," Speaker Paul Ryan says, "I do not." https://t.co/xOKWXZHx9t pic.twitter.com/9TCrB4469H — ABC News (@ABC) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

“We just conducted a yearlong investigation into Russia’s interference in our elections. They did interfere in our elections. It’s really clear. There should be no doubt about that.”

"We just conducted a yearlong investigation into Russia's interference in our elections. They did interfere in our elections. It's really clear. There should be no doubt about that." – Speaker Paul Ryan pic.twitter.com/JSKC9FtbA0 — MSNBC (@MSNBC) July 17, 2018 Source: Twiter

Nancy Pelosi: A vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh is a vote to deny millions of American women the pre-existing condition protections they deserve. RT if you think that’s unacceptable.

A vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh is a vote to deny millions of American women the pre-existing condition protections they deserve. RT if you think that’s unacceptable. — Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Theresa May: Unemployment has fallen again, average earnings are up 2.5% and the number of people in work has reached a record high of 32.4 million. We’re building a Britain fit for the future – with an economy that works for everyone.

Unemployment has fallen again, average earnings are up 2.5% and the number of people in work has reached a record high of 32.4 million. We're building a Britain fit for the future – with an economy that works for everyone. pic.twitter.com/RNFyDaZwNn — Theresa May (@theresa_may) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

Elizabeth Warren: I went to a border protection processing center 3 weeks ago – what I saw there was heartbreaking. We cannot lose sight of the fact that thousands of families are STILL separated due to @realDonaldTrump’s cruel immigration policy. We’ll keep fighting until they’re all reunited.

I went to a border protection processing center 3 weeks ago – what I saw there was heartbreaking. We cannot lose sight of the fact that thousands of families are STILL separated due to @realDonaldTrump’s cruel immigration policy. We’ll keep fighting until they’re all reunited. pic.twitter.com/sLKxoUX99J — Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) […]

Guy Verhofstadt: Today marks four years since 298 people were lost in the #MH17 tragedy. Investigators concluded Russian forces were responsible. It’s a disgrace Trump seemingly failed to raise this & other transgressions including the #Salisbury attack on EU soil w/ Putin

Today marks four years since 298 people were lost in the #MH17 tragedy. Investigators concluded Russian forces were responsible. It's a disgrace Trump seemingly failed to raise this & other transgressions including the #Salisbury attack on EU soil w/ Putin https://t.co/MZUM3K9fZu — Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) July 17, 2018 Source: Twitter

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