We looked inside some of the tweets by @WillyvdSteen and here's what we found interesting.
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fK4lHigNGSM … Wat een geweldige demonstratie in Londen!
Just stay in the EU 😊
President @EmmanuelMacron confirms that the Withdrawal Agreement cannot be renegotiated and, if it is defeated, we would have no deal. The idea of “indicative votes” is pointless. https://twitter.com/EmmanuelMacron/status/1108760536622252032 …
Tedious as it is to repeat this for the umpteenth time but the Political Declaration can be changed if MPs want something different. Barnier repeated this on Tuesday. Indicative votes are about the future not the Withdrawal Agreement. How can you not know this?
Zojuist 6 x op de @PvdA gestemd. Samen sterk 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹
This is what a politics based on lies looks like. My latest Brexit Blog post trying to make sense of the week's events and where we are now: http://chrisgreybrexitblog.blogspot.com/2019/03/this-is-what-politics-based-on-lies.html …
Politically, a long extension of the Brexit process would be awful for the whole country And I’m hearing a short extension would disrupt businesses ready for 29 March But from a policy point of view, Martin Howe makes a great case: http://bit.ly/BadDealVsExtend
This is interesting - key Brexiteer implying there is a possible silver lining to a big Brexit delay... not something you hear very often
4. That's certainly a different tone from the normal, things can only be agreed at 27, position and interesting that Rutte mentioned May-Juncker rather than Council in that context (if you are as nerdy as me) - he's increasingly seen as the deal maker
3. Clear now No 10 hopes pinned on agreement btw May-Juncker on codicil so Attorney General can alter his legal advice, (Downing St seems to feel relatively hopeful, but not confident) , so it can then theoretically pass thro Parliament, and only after that, be approved by all 27
2. Rutte says he is 'not optimistic' about May and Juncker finding a new way of handling the backstop, but says he could accept an additional 'interpretation' of what's been agreed in divorce deal, when we asked about codicil - telling that he named May-Juncker -
1. Dutch PM tells @bbcnews - "we are sleep walking into no deal scenario. It's unacceptable and your best friends have to warn you. Wake up . This is real. come to a conclusion and close the deal."
In full: Resignation letter of Anna Soubry, Sarah Wollaston and Heidi Allen
Statement is now on YouTube too. Apologies for the delay. It’s the wrong day for technical glitches!
Wow ! Great story. In Belgian beer veritas? Brexit deal... or long Brexit delay That's the choice for MPs says an enterprisingly attentive @anguswalkertalk
Brexit: The mystery that is Theresa May
Ben Jennings on a way out of the Brexit maze for the PM – cartoon
What this illustrates is the way that, as @Dannythefink has noted, Brexit supporters now rule out as unacceptable things which less than four years ago they were saying were options. My full story is here:
This is phenomenal
BAM 👊 @AOC
3/4 It is therefore hard to avoid the conclusion that the Prime Minister had decided to go through the same process all over for reasons of party management rather than in the national interest.