The prime minister is bashing Facebook and Twitter, although they’re cooperating with U.K. law enforcement on terrorism. British Prime Minister Theresa May emerged from 10 Downing St. and stepped somberly to a podium. The previous night, June 3, three terrorists had driven a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and attacked people in nearby Borough Market, using 12-inch knives. Eight victims were dead and 48 injured.
British Prime Minister Theresa May emerged from 10 Downing St and stepped somberly to a podium. The previous night, June 3, three terrorists had driven a van into pedestrians on London Bridge and attacked people in nearby Borough Market, using 12in knives. Eight victims were dead and 48 injured. After expressing condolences to their families, May identified two forces behind the previous night’s carnage. They were extremist Islamic views – and American social media.
U.K. Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis said the role of the European Court of Justice after Brexit is still to be negotiated, leaving open the possibility that European citizens in Britain will still have access to the tribunal once British citizens have lost it. Giving the ECJ a role in guaranteeing European citizens’ rights would help unblock Brexit talks as it’s a key demand of the European Commission.
#Budget2017@IanBlackfordMP says,"No doubt the chancellor recognises the economic self-harm that comes with leaving single market & the customs union but has failed to act. Why? Because the Brexiteers have set the agenda & the ch'lr is w/o the authority to challenge the madness.”
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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