Let’s also get another thing clear. Trump’s pardons are childs play compared to the United Kingdom. If Bannon was here, he’d be given a peerage by this government. Here, he would be a lawmaker.— Shahmir Sanni (@shahmiruk) January 20, 2021
It’s taken the Scottish Labour candidates less than half an hour to rule out working with unionists against the SNP.— Douglas Ross MP (@Douglas4Moray) January 19, 2021
They’ll always put tribal loyalties before the future of the United Kingdom. 🇬🇧 🏴
The United Kingdom has the highest COVID death rate in the world. Maybe, just maybe, start treating conservatives that try to brush this off as extremists. Or continue simping.— Shahmir Sanni (@shahmiruk) January 19, 2021
We have now administered the vaccine to 4,062,501 people across the United Kingdom - delivering the largest vaccination programme in British history. pic.twitter.com/YgQZEu0brv— Conservatives (@Conservatives) January 18, 2021
President Donald Trump on Monday lifted coronavirus-related travel restrictions for much of Europe, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Brazil, effective on January 26 -- a move that President-elect Joe Biden's administration has promised to block. https://t.co/kLfCwfnPZo— CNN (@CNN) January 19, 2021
Several far-reaching storms impacting northern and western #Europe this week will bring widespread rain, wind and snow. As the worst of the storm hits the United Kingdom, a blizzard can unfold across portions of England and Scotland: https://t.co/BZpcTQum9j pic.twitter.com/m5KjYXBfmD— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) January 19, 2021
Israel, United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and even Russia are far ahead of Canada in terms of the absolute number of doses that have been administered. A few months ago our inept PM was bragging about securing millions of vaccines. https://t.co/ycEEivUwxJ— Senator Leo Housakos (@SenatorHousakos) January 19, 2021
We should celebrate the United Kingdom on the 100th anniversary of Northern Ireland.https://t.co/Orsws3nOf2— Jacob Rees-Mogg (@Jacob_Rees_Mogg) January 18, 2021
Mutations to the virus that causes COVID-19 are rapidly popping up and health officials say the pandemic could get worse unless more is done to curb cases. https://t.co/14NeGukvWx— AP Health & Science (@APHealthScience) January 19, 2021
London United Kingdom 🌷💐💐 pic.twitter.com/NjpDoB1N0a— 𝓵𝓾𝓰𝓪𝓻𝓮𝓼 𝓫𝓸𝓷𝓲𝓽𝓸𝓼 💞 (@lostt_traveler) January 20, 2021
We have administered over 4.7 million vaccines so far across the United Kingdom - to more than 4.2 million people.— Nadia (@confidencenac) January 20, 2021
Have you noticed how the media are finding this incredible achievement hard to swallow?
They love a good ‘but’.
Just posted a photo @ London, United Kingdom https://t.co/LTGXeIh8g6— 橘田いずみIzumi kitta in London🥟🥟🥟🥟 (@izugyoza) January 19, 2021