MediaGist

Multilingual Media Summarization and Sentiment Analysis

International topic
Largest coverage
Most commented
Coverage controversy across languages
Controversial articles across languages
Controversial comments across languages
Controversial articles vs. comments
Controversial entities
The most positive articles
The most negative articles
The most positive comments
The most negative comments
Cross-party group of MPs hope to force a vote on UK staying in EEA
Kinnock, Umunna and Alexander look at working with Tories to try to force PM to yield on post-Brexit transitional period
Articles: 8 (Rank: 4)
Tonality: 4.75
Top entities
Comments: 13627
Tonality: 0.0
  • Jeremy Hunt insists the cabinet is united in approval of a gradual Brexit – but that hardly chimes with the Brexit hardliners.
  • Hammond appears to have the support of other cabinet members, like Amber Rudd who has made clear that EU citizens will still be free to come and work in the UK after 2019 so long as they register.
  • Councils ask Treasury to replace lost EU regeneration funds after Brexit.
  • Philip Hammond denies UK will become low-tax, deregulated Singapore-style economy after Brexit.
  • The muddle started when Cameron was unable to control the anti EU mob on the Tory benches and promised a referendum to shut them up.
  • Cancel Brexit, and publicly humiliate Boris Johnson, Farridge, Liam Fox and all the other lying twats that treated hard up people with such disdain.
  • A Labour government would leave the single market because it is “dependent on membership of the EU” but seek a trade deal that mirrored the free trade benefits, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Articles' vs. comments' controversy: Entities' controversy: Crosslingual rank controversy:
2.4 3.4 0
Cabinet united on avoiding Brexit 'cliff edge' departure, says Hunt

Health secretary backs gradualist approach favoured by Hammond amid reports of ministerial divisions over transitional deal

Text length: 4871
Tonality: 1
Top entities
Comments: 3974
Tonality: 0

Published: 31. 7. 2017 12:33:01

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 216

  • Cabinet united on avoiding Brexit 'cliff edge' departure, says Hunt well if Jeremy NHS Privatising Junior Doctor Hating Hunt says it then it must absolutely be true....
  • You never queued up with your Manifest And carnet going backwards and forwards between two customs posts Behind a hundred Italian lorry drivers then I swear all brexiteers are civil servants They certainly have never tried to trade.
  • Could it be that those Brexshit voters just don't have what it takes for the modern labour market - so they think excluding better people from the labour market will improve their own chances?
  • I'll happily kick Bojo, Gove, IDS, Fox or any of the other lying toads over Beachy Head without one nanosecond of remorse for what they have done to this country's reputation.
  • Hard Brexit threatens global financial system, City chiefs tell MPs Now imagine if the Tory party destroyed the City of London and caused a global financial recession ... oh how we chuckled.
No 10 contradicts Hammond over 'off the shelf' Brexit transition deal

Downing Street spokesman makes announcement at odds with what chancellor is thought to have told business leaders about post-2019 arrangements

Text length: 6788
Tonality: 5
Top entities
Comments: 0
Tonality: 0

Published: 31. 7. 2017 14:50:28

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 18

Tories employ smoke and mirrors over post-Brexit deal

While No 10 says it is not looking for an ‘off-the-shelf’ agreement, the cabinet is now largely agreed that transitional deal is needed

Text length: 3820
Tonality: 9
Top entities
Comments: 1006
Tonality: 0

Published: 31. 7. 2017 23:00:36

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 98

  • If I were in the position of Theresa May, I would ask all ministers to deal with local problems only and have a team of technologists, scientists, and programmers to solve the Brexit challenges.
  • Exactly ... brexiteers are beneath contempt brexit means eyes wide shut.
  • The one redeeming factor of Brexit maybe, is that Brussels is now also compelled to look itself in the mirror if it wishes to avoid disintegration.
  • In short, he is hoping against hope against a hard-Brexit and throwing everything at the wall until something sticks.
  • They have also stopped Opel selling to countries outside Europe.
Cross-party group of MPs hope to force a vote on UK staying in EEA

Kinnock, Umunna and Alexander look at working with Tories to try to force PM to yield on post-Brexit transitional period

Text length: 5900
Tonality: 6
Top entities
Comments: 0
Tonality: 0

Published: 1. 8. 2017 23:00:56

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 13

Hague backs transitional plan to avoid great Brexit 'muddle'

Suggestion that Britain has period with EEA-type benefits has ‘immense attractions’, says Conservative peer

Text length: 4099
Tonality: 10
Top entities
Comments: 3676
Tonality: 0

Published: 1. 8. 2017 17:28:46

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 172

  • The Tories are trying to save the Tory party, sad really they don't really care about the country, this is believe it or not what would pass for ultimate Government if we Brexit.
  • "the occasion of the greatest economic, diplomatic and constitutional muddle in the modern history of the UK, with unknowable consequences for the country, the government and the Brexit project itself”.
  • And yet the wonderful jeremy corbyn supports Brexit.Its amazing you dont mention the left wingers when you moan about the Majority of voters voting to Leave.
  • BREXIT, summed up as a muddle, wtf, it just beggers belief my tool box is a muddle, surely not the future of GB, surely not.
  • Conversely, why do the Daily Mail, Telegraph and Sun so seldom report anything which reveals how insanely self-harming hard Brexit is, and just how muddled leading Brexiters are in their planning?
Tensions flare in cabinet over post-Brexit free movement

Divisions laid bare as Liam Fox reveals there is no cabinet-wide agreement on what a transitional implementation period should look like

Text length: 6678
Tonality: 5
Top entities
Comments: 4971
Tonality: 0

Published: 31. 7. 2017 00:46:43

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 242

  • Bad news, pay a visit to hospitals in Nothern Europe, a hotel is nothing compared to it, they are free, arrive in emergency and you will not encounter waiting lists...
  • Things could be worse it could be the Labour party or god forbid the Lib Dems, just imagine Diana Abbott negotiating for Brexit, YUK.
  • The Cabinet are fighting like cats in a bag over the Brexit process - soft or hard, cliff edge or transitional period, control of migration or continuing free movement.
  • Yes, Churchill was ‘a visionary founder of the movement for a united Europe’; but he envisaged a unique semi-detached British role, a vital bridge between Europe, the USA and the Commonwealth.
  • Senior Conservative MPs are urging members of Theresa May’s cabinet to stop publicly setting out their demands for a transitional deal on Brexit, saying the move could make negotiations with the European Union more difficult.
End Brexit squabbles and focus on transitional deal, IoD urges ministers

Business leaders warn of pressing need for government to agree plan to minimise risks of chaotic, cliff-edge departure

Text length: 3543
Tonality: 5
Top entities
Comments: 0
Tonality: 0

Published: 4. 8. 2017 01:01:27

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 8

Brexit weekly briefing: while May's away, the cabinet fray

Jeremy Hunt insists the cabinet is united in approval of a gradual Brexit – but that hardly chimes with the Brexit hardliners. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking

Text length: 5899
Tonality: -3
Top entities
Comments: 0
Tonality: 0

Published: 31. 7. 2017 18:56:49

Source: theguardian.com

Mentioned entities: 23