We looked inside some of the tweets by @pauljkeogh and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
New Tonight: Disturbing video from @WBFO in Buffalo, NY shows an elderly man walk up to police in riot gear. An officer shoves the man...he falls backwards, hits his head...starts bleeding immediately...motionless. Why did this happen @BPDAlerts ? https://t.co/qbTvXAAPLH
Still waiting for the EU and individual democratic nations to officially condemn the police brutality and attacks on the free press escalating the USA. For how long are we going to stand by, watch and say nothing? https://t.co/OtJosMbTaZ
Finally, a 16 March lockdown would have saved 8,000 hospital deaths, and on the 9 March 13,000 deaths according to @C4Dispatches
13,000 deaths could have been prevented... that’s daughters, husbands, grandads, cousins, aunts, sons, uncles, fathers, brothers, wives, nieces, nephews, nanas, sisters, mothers... all preventable and avoidable #Dispatches
Business Secretary Alok Sharma wiped his face several times with a handkerchief and appeared to struggle as he spoke about the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill in the Commons https://t.co/ysQ5RPF9lR
Watching #Dispatches it shows how inept our government are and was to this pandemic.
this made me regret everytime i’ve sang the national anthem. we have to remember this isn’t new. it’s just being filmed. https://t.co/oeNGbDU1OR
There are some pretty extraordinary quotes/revelations in @ShippersUnbound’s STimes piece on the Cummings affair (not least confirmation that Vallance and Whitty refused to do the press briefing because they wouldn’t back him) but this one is, to put it mildly, on another level. https://t.co/iAbTHgdUpa