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Johnson risks Whitehall backlash over ambassador’s downfall

Johnson risks Whitehall backlash over ambassador’s downfall https://t.co/yh7LEIAn1n — Financial Times (@FT) July 10, 2019 Source: Twitter Advertisements

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Jeremy Corbyn: It’s a sorry day when a British ambassador is forced to quit their job because the likely next Prime Minister, @BorisJohnson

It’s a sorry day when a British ambassador is forced to quit their job because the likely next Prime Minister, @BorisJohnson, won’t stand up to @realDonaldTrump or stand up for this country. pic.twitter.com/9RvA9U9mw7 — Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) July 10, 2019 Source: Twitter

Cabinet ministers listened in silence as David Lidington, the prime minister’s de facto deputy, warned that a disorderly EU divorce

Cabinet ministers listened in silence as David Lidington, the prime minister’s de facto deputy, warned that a disorderly EU divorce could jeopardise the ‘integrity’ of the country https://t.co/E9UZvfeQ9h — Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) July 10, 2019 Source: Twitter

Police are accused of brutality after video of them hitting a man while ‘arresting him for parking on a single yellow line’ is widely shared

Police are accused of brutality after video of them hitting a man while 'arresting him for parking on a single yellow line' is widely shared https://t.co/psq1MakXeh — Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) July 10, 2019 Source: Twitter

UK Prime Minister: “I was very pleased to invite @CindyMcCain of the @McCainInstitute to Downing Street yesterday

"I was very pleased to invite @CindyMcCain of the @McCainInstitute to Downing Street yesterday evening to talk about our efforts to end #modernslavery." – PM @Theresa_May pic.twitter.com/3DA8Aq7Yr5 — UK Prime Minister (@10DowningStreet) July 10, 2019 Source: Twitter

The penalty is the second hefty fee proposed this week against a major corporation by the U.K. enforcer of EU data-privacy rules, known as GDPR

The penalty is the second hefty fee proposed this week against a major corporation by the U.K. enforcer of EU data-privacy rules, known as GDPR https://t.co/wKlpsHXd8t — The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) July 9, 2019 Source: Twitter

A free climber has been filmed scaling The Shard – London’s tallest building – apparently without any safety equipment

A free climber has been filmed scaling The Shard – London's tallest building – apparently without any safety equipment 😲 A Met Police spokesman confirmed officers managed to get him inside, where he was spoken to but not arrested 🧗‍♂️ Read more here: https://t.co/q356bMNmAm pic.twitter.com/4rbddyHku4 — Sky News (@SkyNews) July […]

President Trump criticises British diplomat Sir Kim Darroch, after leaked emails reveal he described his administration as “inept”, “divided” and “uniquely dysfunctional”

"The ambassador has not served the UK well, we're not big fans of that man" President Trump criticises British diplomat Sir Kim Darroch, after leaked emails reveal he described his administration as "inept", "divided" and "uniquely dysfunctional"https://t.co/lSn9UmdoUY pic.twitter.com/1enZccKNbr — BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) July 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

Boris Johnson supporter Michael Fallon says the Tory leadership candidate has a close enough relationship with Donald Trump to repair any damage

Boris Johnson supporter Michael Fallon says the Tory leadership candidate has a close enough relationship with Donald Trump to repair any damage that might have been caused by the leaking of memos calling him "incompetent" https://t.co/ZpcqVrRNg1 pic.twitter.com/h8bfXx8Efw — Sky News Politics (@SkyNewsPolitics) July 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

Guy Verhofstadt: Open discussion w/ @theresa_may. Backstop non negotiable. We’ll never abandon Ireland

Open discussion w/ @theresa_may. Backstop non negotiable. We'll never abandon Ireland. I welcome @jeremycorbyn letter making a cross-party approach for the first time possible. From the hell we're in today, there is at last hope of a heavenly solution even if it won't be Paradise pic.twitter.com/2yEzINJQdb — Guy Verhofstadt (@guyverhofstadt) […]

Theresa May: I’ve always been clear that getting the right Brexit deal means getting a deal that is right for the whole of the United Kingdom – and that includes Northern Ireland.

I’ve always been clear that getting the right Brexit deal means getting a deal that is right for the whole of the United Kingdom – and that includes Northern Ireland. pic.twitter.com/8WcGprETb7 — Theresa May (@theresa_may) November 23, 2018 Source: Twitter

British fishermen, long-standing supporters of leaving the EU, have reacted suspiciously to Prime Minister Theresa May’s under-fire divorce agreement

British fishermen, long-standing supporters of leaving the EU, have reacted suspiciously to Prime Minister Theresa May's under-fire divorce agreement, which delays negotiating contentious fishing rights until after #Brexit https://t.co/UDw95RrQae — AFP news agency (@AFP) November 16, 2018 Source: Twitter

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