We looked inside some of the tweets by @bunter888 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
When extremists called for the murder of Salman Rushdie, the former Labour leader Michael Foot - a champion of free expression - sprang to his defence. Does anyone know if @Keir_Starmer has spoken up about the beheading of a teacher across the Channel? I’ve seen nothing from him.
After 1782, Great Britain recognised the reality of American independence and focused on agreeing strong trading ties with the new state - much to its own benefit. The EU, sadly, has been unable to make an equivalent psychological adjustment. https://t.co/vewYOvQw1j
Facts4EU: 'There must be a total repudiation of the Withdrawal Treaty, on the basis that the EU entered into it in bad faith and has failed to observe its basic premise of the requirement to put in place a normal trade agreement with the UK.' https://t.co/M95K5O0XuY
This will prove to be a more significant moment than the EU seems capable of appreciating. Some of us always said that the EU would only ever offer a bad deal. We always needed to leave then negotiate. https://t.co/afF0ZMoZNF
More than 1,400 EU-based firms have applied for permission to operate in the UK after Brexit, with over 1,000 of these planning to establish their first UK office. You can guarantee this will not be shown on the BBC/Sky🙄😏 https://t.co/kW5bAjNhTK