Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,
Nicholas
nwhyte

My tweets

  • Sun, 12:50: RT @alexstubb: Doing some work on democratic governance: local, national and supranational. Would appreciate your views on three points, wh…
  • Sun, 12:50: RT @alexstubb: 1. Double representation. I have a hard time accepting that you can be a local and national representative at the same time,…
  • Sun, 12:50: RT @alexstubb: 2. List elections. The party should naturally choose its candidates, but it is the electorate that determines the order. Par…
  • Sun, 12:50: RT @alexstubb: 3. Dissolving the European Parliament. As far as I know the EP is pretty much the only democratically elected parliament tha…
  • Sun, 12:56: RT @mafevema: Unbelievable that it is Sturgeon- the most gifted UK politician but also humane & witty who is fighting for her political lif…
  • Sun, 15:08: Whatever Happened to Patience Kershaw? https://t.co/IsvKWuHwCO #history
  • Sun, 18:01: RT @BrigidLaffan: This point from @StefaanDeRynck is important. London never came up with a credible plan for Irish border-as late as Salzb…
  • Sun, 18:14: February books https://t.co/fpWb1PHi4q
  • Sun, 21:15: RT @NewtonEmerson: Pretending you can get rid of the protocol, when you can't get rid of it, is the worst of both worlds.
  • Sun, 21:56: RT @IanMoore3000: If you've heard @TheUnthanks performing The Testimony of Patience Kershaw you may have wondered how Kershaw's life turned…
Tags: #history, twitter
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