Jim Pickard (@PickardJE )

Jim Pickard

Bio Chief Political Correspondent for the Financial Times
Location London
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Account created 26-08-2009 20:06:27
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Twitter Web App : A new snap ComRes poll conducted today for The Telegraph finds that by a ratio of almost two to one, 50% to 29%, the public believes the Supreme Court was right to rule that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.

Twitter Web App : Geoffrey Cox says that - if had to resign every time he lost a case - then he wouldn't have had a legal career

Twitter Web App : "yeah, he did go to her flat. But he was trying to be hip, and understand tech. He would come over to get educated."

Twitter Web App : the phrase "technology lessons" is about to enter the lexicon
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7…

iPhone : i genuinely screamed

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iPhone : Scathing @ft op ed on Number 10’s “skulduggery”.

“In truth, the Supreme Court had little choice but to rule as it did. To find otherwise would have opened a dangerous path to a future prime minister suspending parliament indefinitely” ft.com/content/2b2176…

iPhone : This might sound nuts but Boris Johnson supported the failed attempt in 2004 to impeach Tony Blair over the Iraq war

MPs launch bid to impeach Boris Johnson after Supreme Court rules he broke the law mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…

iPhone : A new snap ComRes poll conducted today for The Telegraph finds that by a ratio of almost two to one, 50% to 29%, the public believes the Supreme Court was right to rule that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.

iPhone : I know everyone's attention is elsewhere but Labour conference has just voted for zero-carbon 2030 target, one of the most radical polices by a mainstream political party in my lifetime