Two completely different speeches at the European parliament received attention for different reasons.
The European parliament's first session since the UK's vote to leave has been marked by "tense and bitter exchanges".
Nigel Farage, a leading Leave campaigner and UK Independence Party leader, told MEPs: "you are not laughing now."
His speech was trending on Twitter, attracting more than 5,000 tweets during the peak of his speech.
A bit later, SNP MEP Alyn Smith received a standing ovation from his European colleagues after he begged them not to "let Scotland down".
His speech has been widely shared on news sites and social media, with his name being mentioned more than 7,000 times.