The top story is so well complemented by the one at the bottom that its basically a work of art
Heres the front page of todays Times and the way the story at the bottom of the page complements the story at the top of the page is just perfect.
— The Times of London (@thetimes) June 21, 2018
So not all bad news then.
Peak Brexit front page – yes your high skilled engineering job might be disappearing but on the bright side you'll have a right old laugh out in the fields all day picking fruit pic.twitter.com/xlChkCt3T8
— tom jamieson (@jamiesont) June 22, 2018
But it was the story at the top that generated most attention today.
The unique thing about Brexit is that politics is going to collide with reality on a fixed date. That rarely happens. People like Fox and Johnson are bluster merchants. Their experience of life is that rhetoric carries the day. Engineers dont factor rhetoric into their planning. pic.twitter.com/07mLTB2L43
— Brian Cox (@ProfBrianCox) June 22, 2018
Another Brexit triumph? @thetimes reports Airbus preparing to pull investment in UK & move production of aircraft wings elsewhere. It generates £1.7bn in annual tax revenues for our country pic.twitter.com/ejulAazXsn
— Ian Birrell (@ianbirrell) June 21, 2018
“The company directly employs 14,000 and supports a further 110,000 jobs in the UK.”
Still, we must keep jumping off this cliff. Its the will of the people pic.twitter.com/LwfHRujiBO
— Jonathan Freedland (@Freedland) June 22, 2018
See you down the fruit farm, everyone.