Observing Brexit and Europe for @cnn & @cnni. Dachshund fancier. Previously @telegraph. Multum in parvo. Reluctant vegan. Pitches: email@example.com
In Japan, more people died from suicide last month than from Covid in all of 2020
Thoughtful @Peter_Conradi piece on multi-speed. Watching this all unfold and to what extent end points differ will be fascinating
How is that not a straight red? Wild boot, quite high, nasty contact.
If we all agree that this tweet doesn't count & is taken in the context of being very angry & worried: Arteta could still be a great manager & if he took over a team rammed with talent & time to grow etc etc. But this is not Rioch to Wenger. Pochettino currently has no job...
Unpopular view: The Labour Brexit position now does actually make sense. The criticism of "we will negotiate a deal but give the final decision to the public" isn't that complicated. Labour negotiates new deal that fits its manifesto but no whip on campaign.
OK, I've snapped. Jeremy Corbyn fans complaining that Starmer wrote for a Conservative paper should know that one J. Corbyn did exactly the same in 2015. And he was right to, because you cannot win over the other side unless you *talk to them*
Yvette Cooper: "We are not talking about exceptional childcare problems, we are talking about normal childcare problems"
Non-political comment: It's a shame that no one watches what goes on in parliament, because Ed Miliband – yes, that Ed Miliband – is mopping the floor with the PM.
As Europe fights to remain relevant, it has to make tough choices. Top of that list is how it engages with China and the US if the balance game becomes impossible. Stick with an old friend who is being a bit of a bully or get closer to a security risk
Four years after Brexit, support for the EU surges in Britain - CNN