We looked inside some of the tweets by @ChrisMasonBBC and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
This is well worth a watch before Labour's Conference: a great interview from the brilliant @joepike: https://twitter.com/joepike/status/1175034010671734784
A phrase which crops up quite a lot, one way or another. Could someone please explain what it means exactly?
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay says there were "serious detailed discussions" in Brussels today. There is, he says, a "common purpose" because both sides "want a deal." He twice mentions the meeting overran as evidence of the seriousness of purpose in getting a deal.
"...it is essential that there is a fully workable and legally operational solution included in the Withdrawal Agreement. We remain willing and open to examine any such proposals that meet all the objectives of the backstop."
European Commission: "Michel Barnier and Steve Barclay agreed that technical talks will continue. These talks deal with a first set of concepts, principles and ideas that the United Kingdom has put forward in talks with TF50...."
It's the shirt wot swung it #Brexitcast https://twitter.com/pcassidy_UK/status/1175013042813378562
From Downing St: "The Queen has been pleased to approve that the honour of Damehood be conferred upon Frances Jean Judd QC, on her appointment as a Justice of the High Court."
Watched it with French friends. Slightly bewildered- their presenters tend to be deeply tanned and lightly botoxed. Chris was bit intriguing, in his daring checked shirt.
#Brexitcast reached more than 1 million viewers in the UK last night -- 879,000 on @BBCOne and 181,000 on the @BBCNews Channel. Plus there's the global audience @BBCWorld News, and our loyal listeners @bbcsounds @bbc5live. Thank you!
Spotted outside the newsroom window #ClimateStrike
. @realadamdeacon was superb on @bbc5live last night -- was great to meet you Adam https://twitter.com/sumotherhood/status/1174973175785914368
At last some sanity.
@bbclaurak is a superb journalist. I wish his poorly daughter a speedy recovery https://twitter.com/pressgazette/status/1174627007822475265
‘... and Sir John is there fighting for the rights for Parliament and indeed this goes way beyond just Brexit. You can see with an unwritten constitution the things a powerful executive, even one without a majority in the House of Commons, can actually do to the country.”
Mr Haslam said Sir John Major “sees his responsibility in these circumstances as fighting the barbarians at the gate, because there is no doubt whatsoever that Boris Johnson has decided to push our unwritten constitution to its limits and that is a very dangerous thing to do...’
Sir John Major’s former communications director Jonathan Haslam has told @bbcradiolondon that the former Prime Minister sees his role in the Supreme Court challenge to the government as “fighting the barbarians at the gate”. (Via @Susana_Mendonca)