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Today’s UK Twitter Trends
The death of the world’s most wanted man has broken all records on Twitter.
Already, the columns are pouring in (out?) about the role Twitter has played in public reaction to the event, just as there were those who pointed to Friday’s royal wedding as the first social media news event.
“Never, in the history of Britain, have so many waited for a kiss between so few,” tweeted mikeysnewquest.
Because there’s so much anticipation building for tomorrow, and there are just so many people tweeting about the royal wedding, here’s a second installment of today’s UK Twitter Trends.
All things royal are trending twee-mendously today.
We’re looking at two people who have been trending today on Twitter in the UK – Michael Winner, for a famous phrase he’s said many times, and Imogen Thomas, for a famous name she can’t say at all.
The only law that the peculiar British “super-injunction” seems guaranteed to uphold is the law of unintended consequences.
Soccer player Darron Gibson trended on Twitter in the UK today in a way he apparently didn’t much care for.
MP Louise Bagshawe is trending on Twitter in the UK today because she’s just appeared on the BBC1 current events game show Have I Got News For You.
Poor Sergio Ramos is trending on Twitter in the UK today.
Ramos, a defender for the Real Madrid soccer team, was celebrating his city’s important win over Barcelona – a victory that brought with it the coveted Copa del Rey, or the King’s Cup. The team hadn’t won it in …
Remembrances and condolences for Elisabeth Sladen are trending on Twitter in the UK.