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Articles tagged twitter

  • April 12th 2021
  • Arrest warrant issued as man convicted over tweet linking Humza Yousaf to terrorism fails to appear in court

  • UK Covid live news: England faces cold weather as lockdown restrictions start to ease

  • April 11th 2021
  • Scottish Labour distances itself from candidate who made Prince Philip comments

  • Reaction as Tory MPs call for new £190m Royal Yacht in honour of Prince Philip

  • Flashback: To when Tony Blair gave Nigel Farage a dressing down in the European Parliament

  • “Nationalism’s sectarian success is not surprising, but its triumphalism is a shock…”

  • April 10th 2021
  • Article 16: “the political equivalent of telling a delinquent pupil they can only get out of a locked classroom by setting it alight…”

  • April 9th 2021
  • Progressive figures respond to Prince Philip’s death

  • Brexit has delivered the worst of both worlds

  • Tory MP who asked intern to ‘fool around’ will not lose party whip

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