Bring back Bercow ... *sigh*... The only Tory i loved <3 pic.twitter.com/QEcPnndUWq
— Tories Ate My Baby (@Toriesatemybaby) September 9, 2020
Can we just take a moment to remember how long Parliament "took back control" of the Brexit process for. All the indicative votes. All the favourable Bercow rulings. All the favourable court rulings. The opportunity to actually pass the deal into law, and avoid an election.
— (((Dan Hodges))) (@DPJHodges) September 7, 2020
It’s not a conspiracy, John, it’s just a decision. And an eminently justified one. https://t.co/mvOIowXg4u
— Mark Wallace (@wallaceme) September 2, 2020
Hoyle isn't the kind of activist speaker Bercow was – but this government is clearly fraying his temper. https://t.co/1IOb67ODok
— James Ball (@jamesrbuk) September 9, 2020
The speaker last week lost credibility when he didn’t insist that the PM did not apologise to @Keir_Starmer for his slur. And then this week with proof he asks for a withdrawal! Bring back BERCOW
— Jordan Mckerron (@jordiejmac) September 9, 2020
Better that Bercow isn't he.
— Will Carpenter (@Mr_W_Carpenter) September 9, 2020
Bias for sure. Bercow would have eaten him for breakfast, lunch and supper.
— OliviaMk (@oliviaMkE) September 9, 2020
Does anyone else miss Bercow ?!
— gaynorann46#WearAMask (@Gaynorann46) September 9, 2020
Just given him '👏👏 and we should every time he gets it right, but call him out when he's too soft. If Hoyle continues in this vein, it will heal my missing Bercow.
— Miranda-T4tK 3.5% #3Point5Percent (@MT4tk) September 9, 2020
Stop comparing Hoyle to Bercow
— James Parker (@JamesSWParker) September 9, 2020