#TrendingLiverpool – What has been happening this week? – 4th July
Another week! Where does the time go? On the internet everyone has been saying the same, it’s July already and we are right in the middle of Summer! It has well and truly crept up on us hasn’t it?
Anyway! What has been going on? For most of the week the news has focused on the Labour “coup” and subsequent leadership challenge, England being knocked out of the Euros by Iceland and also loads of other funny stuff. Here are 11 of our favourite tweets this week!
Joe Hart was not well liked on twitter this week..
Joe Hart: good at shouting the national anthem dead loud, bad at goalkeeping
— Arjan (@arjan____) June 27, 2016
Really fair point I think..
Dear Everyone, we told you Brexit was bollocks, we told you Hodgson was a clown, might want to start listening to us.
Love, the Scousers.
— Ian Salmon (@IanRSalmon) June 27, 2016
This is a lasting legacy..
Fundamentally, Hodgson will always be the same manager who once spent money on Paul Konchesky.
— Andy Ha (@_AndyHa) June 11, 2016
Someone in Scotland brought a balloon to meet Donald Trump, just to see the static on his hair.. I can’t even get my head around this..
— ✌️ (@POTNOODLEFRINGE) June 28, 2016
I have never been to a houseparty that isn’t like this..
Parties are just a place you go to have people aggressively recommend TV shows to you that you’ll never watch.
— Scarlett (@ScarletWLand) June 29, 2016
The news came in that Angela Eagle was going to come up against Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour Leadership
— Rob (@Rob_Dann) June 29, 2016
The Torys were not far from the spotlight either..
If Theresa May becomes PM, the UK will become a surveillance state quicker than you can say ‘microphones in the Shredded Wheat’.
— Richard Littler (@richard_littler) June 30, 2016
JK Rowling drew inspiration from Dumbledore for the Labour leadership, prompting response..
i hate jeremy corbyn because he’s not as good as a magical wizard i invented in my head! please listen to my political insight
— Sam Kriss (@sam_kriss) June 30, 2016
Boris Johnson left the leadership race, leading to many tweets.. This one summarises them all I feel..
RIP Boris’s political career. Let’s not forget your achievements: Building a cable car nobody uses and then ruining literally everything.
— James O’Malley (@Psythor) June 30, 2016
Liverpool this week held a pro-Corbyn rally, in which thousands of people turned out in support for Labour leader, here is the crowds flowing down College lane and into Paradise Street.
— Matt Quinn (@MattQuinn29) July 2, 2016
This, however, is by far my favourite tweet of the week, and I shall leave you with it!
— Dr. Alec Couros (@courosa) July 4, 2016