The latest from Manchester, The Battle For Number 10 and an unremarkable handshake.
A report published yesterday on Tusla has uncovered cases of abuse of Irish children.
Shannon: 'This report unearthed a need for much greater co-operation between gardaí, Tusla when it comes to protecting vulnerable children' pic.twitter.com/9MaJhtBTIo
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) May 29, 2017
The Greater Manchester police have released an image of the Manchester bomber with a suitcase and are appealing for witnesses who may have seen him carrying the suitcase in the days before the attack.
Attack at Manchester Arena update: image released of Abedi carrying a suitcase. Did you see him? pic.twitter.com/KVkuYoYRMv
— Greater Manchester Police (@gmpolice) May 29, 2017
Last night, Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May faced tough questions from Jeremy Paxman on the #BattleForNumber10 and people didn’t take it that seriously.
me: i really like pringles
[jeremy paxman crashes through the window]
JP: IN 2014 WHEN OFFERED A CRISP BY A FRIEND YOU REFUSED
— jack scully (jamie xx remix) (@jackmscully) May 29, 2017
Bloody hell, imagine trying to tell Jeremy Paxman that you'd lost his charger
— Elis James (@elisjames) May 29, 2017
Come and have a sit down, your mum and I want to talk to you about something #BattleForNumber10 pic.twitter.com/1RX6X7f3ya
— Ciara Knight (@Ciara_Knight) May 29, 2017
The reaction of this audience member's face when Paxman asks Theresa May if she's "a blowhard who collapses at the first sound of gunfire". pic.twitter.com/qXfwwusDLt
— Jim Waterson (@jimwaterson) May 29, 2017
Mate, dya wanna sit down. It's not Les Mis. #BattleForNumber10 pic.twitter.com/mzaQspXxKw
— Jon Rogers (@jonrogerswriter) May 29, 2017
The reviews are in for season five of House of Cards, which debuts today.
Review: The Underwoods bring the terror in @HouseofCards Season 5 #HouseofCards @TB_Times https://t.co/43VOYZNDNz pic.twitter.com/iUhS7MmEUc
— Chelsea Tatham Zukowski (@ChelseaTatham) May 29, 2017
The world was pretty interested in the Macron-Putin handshake after French President Macron’s handshake with Donald Trump hit the headlines. The Macron-Putin handshake was however pretty unremarkable.
Let the Macron-Putin political handshake analysis commence (via @gvanderhasselt) pic.twitter.com/QRDehvZIaK
— Tara Mulholland (@tara_mulholland) May 29, 2017
@Versailles,reporters scrambling to find terms to describe Macron-Putin handshake..Heard "warm" but also "frank", "firm",and lastly "normal"
— Nicholas Vinocur (@NicholasVinocur) May 29, 2017
Have a lovely Tuesday!