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Far spanning news stories on Twitter today. The Times has an exclusive story from the Wirecard scandal, whilst William Hague tackles the UK’s relationship with Hong Kong, following a weekend of strong words.
Firstly, this widely shared video of Sarah O’Conner has caused a splash on Twitter.
I was in the first trimester of pregnancy during this select committee & throwing up violently just before, which is another reason I’m so cross that Hancock & Patel are now saying they’re shocked & surprised to hear there are sweatshops in Leicester! https://t.co/JHzSVXX6sC
— Sarah O'Connor (@sarahoconnor_) July 6, 2020
Luke McGee shares an article pondering the future of the UK’s ‘special relationship.’
Just caught up with this excellent piece by @hzeffman on Biden & the special relationship. Killer quote “London has become a less valuable geopolitical partner as a result of Brexit, which has eroded Britain’s traditional role as a transatlantic bridge” https://t.co/4EM3JsJCMr
— Luke McGee (@lukemcgee) July 7, 2020
Another piece in The Times states Mastercard had ‘long-held concerns’ over Wirecard.
Exc: Mastercard had long-held concerns about Wirecard's links to "transaction laundering" and previously fined the company over breaches of its licenses https://t.co/JMJuiLaclk
— James Hurley (@jameshurley) July 7, 2020
Conservative Ex-Party leader William Hague writes an impassioned speech for the Telegraph.
This, by William Hague, in @Telegraph is a reminder that there are clear threats we face but Britain's place is to stand with the democrats. It would be anti-Chinese to do otherwise. https://t.co/YzZUN5RWci
— Tom Tugendhat (@TomTugendhat) July 7, 2020
Vacancy rates hit a 15-year high in Hong Kong, following the recent convulsion.
— Bloomberg Markets (@markets) July 7, 2020
Finally, data suggests it was a not so ‘super Saturday’ for the hospitality sector.
— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) July 7, 2020
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