Every morning seems the same here in the UK, like groundhog day. The latest on parliament, the EU and Brexit.
- What Theresa May said
- Theresa’s deal
- what Junker/Barnier/Tusk said
- what Merkel or Macron said
- who gave her short shrift
- which cabinet ministers said what
- cabinet splits
- who just resigned
- the Northern Ireland border
- the DUP won’t agree to anything (apparently)
- frictionless trade
- no deal
- hard and soft brexit
- managed no deal (what in God’s name is that?)
- people’s vote
- people didn’t know what they were voting for
- the will of the people
- cannot let down the people who by chance I happen to agree with
- where Labour stands
- the five tests
- vote of no-confidence
- no majority in parliament for any deal
- bring back control
- fishing grounds
- THEY are not being flexible
- and on and on.
Thank God they’re about to break up for ‘Christmas’.
And yet, it’s disgraceful that government/parliament is taking time off when this riven, blighted country is about to fall of a cliff – all of their own making.
Featured image of two groundhogs taken by Joyce Hopewell.