Thursday, 29 August 2019


Moody’s Microblog Daily Digest yesterday’s tweets as a single page

Amazon’s indigenous warriors take on invading loggers and ranchers - we should be sending weapons to these people - they are the only ones defending nature

Trading Away Protection: Emerging threats from the EU-US trade talks on conformity assessment and regulatory cooperation - also applies to post-#brexit trade deal with UK, only more so

A major security breach raises a key question: what happens when your #biometric data is exfiltrated from a system? - because you ain’t changing it

Burning issue: how fashion’s love of leather is fuelling the fires in the Amazon - important point #AmazonFires

Boris Johnson Is Planning A Series Of Extreme Measures In The Coming Weeks To Force Through Brexit - read and weep at what #brexit is doing to this country…

Do not prorogue Parliament petition now stands at 1,470,743 - please help to get it to 1.5 million soon…

Former Farc commanders say they are returning to war despite 2016 peace deal - “This is the continuation of the rebel fight in answer to the betrayal of the state of the Havana peace accords.”

Senior Tory rebels ready to back move against no-deal Brexit - “Corbyn said he was confident there was enough time in parliament to introduce legislation.”

“Ministers privately admit the battle to block anti-no-deal legislation in the Commons next week appears all but lost, but efforts to frustrate the rebels is focusing on the House of Lords.” - well, that’s remarkable, if true…

Time to step up tempo of Brexit talks, says bullish Boris Johnson - if you have nothing substantive to say, saying it faster and more often is completely pointless. @BorisJohnson has no new plan, he just wants to say his old one louder, which always works

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