Monday, July 31, 2017

If Only The UK Had A Strong And Stable Prime Minister

It's less obvious than here, because unlike Republicans, Tories tend to have fancy educations of the kind that make you good at pretending to be smart even if you're an idiot, but they're idiots.

But the divisions in the cabinet were laid bare as Liam Fox said in an interview that there was no cabinet-wide agreement on what a post-Brexit implementation period should look like, and warned that “control of our own borders” was a key driver of the leave vote.

One Whitehall source who is close to Davis said it would be helpful if other ministers let him get on with the job of negotiating with the EU, stressing that the final deal would determine what any implementation period would look like.

It's a bit hard to negotiate when you don't even have any idea what you want...