The Telegraph and now Guido have been singing praises over a right-wing think-tank’s report that the UK should pursue unilateral free trade after Brexit. Unsurprisingly, you can trust them as far as you can throw them.
Trump’s comments on “beautiful” Confederate statues left millions utterly bewildered this afternoon. There may have been a silver lining however. Surely this was a wakeup call, loud as a foghorn, to Trumpers the world over? Surely they wouldn’t sink to justifying the President’s defence of Neo-Nazis and their anti-semitic chants and white supremacist gutter politics?
Trump said only minutes ago on Twitter that it was “sad” to see “beautiful” statues of Confederate generals removed…
We were all fools. How could we have been so stupid to doubt David Davis. EU officials have been complaining for a while now that British negotiators are so unprepared, that it must surely be some sort of diplomatic trap. Now Davis has explained everything, in comprehensive detail: Brexit negotiations only look like a cockup, whereas in actual fact, the chaos is all intentional, all part of a very, very cunning plan; or what Davis would like to term, “constructive ambiguity”.
The Sun’s ex-political editor and regular columnist Trevor Kavanagh has dragged the British press to news depths of depravity, by asking his readers in today’s issue: “What will we do about The Muslim Problem then?”
Ex-Daily Mail editor-at-large Isabel Oakeshott made a fool of herself today, claiming in a rant against social housing “entitlement” that she had had “no financial help from anyone ever.” Which is true, if you don’t count the tens of thousands spent on her private education.