Olly Robbins isn’t the only Government official in the bad books of Brexiteer ministers this morning.
Boris Johnson and the Brexiteers have been dealt a second heavyweight statistical blow to their renewed efforts to sell a blatant lie to the British people.
There’s going to be lots of column inches and air time expended on why a government official has moved from number 9 Downing Street to number 10 Downing Street.
It seems Jacob Rees-Mogg is not alone in his failure to understand that the presence of foodbanks across the country should not be considered normal or healthy.
Donald Trump has proved once again that he values a few thousand retweets more than diplomatic relations with Britain or the fight against terrorism by sharing sensitive details about today’s tube explosion.
The best gags are all about timing and delivery – Will Self had both as he nailed the Tory lie that they can’t afford to lift the public sector pay cap on BBC Question Time last night.
The Government accused Labour of “talking the police down” today for raising concerns that their unfunded pay offer will push force budgets past breaking point.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has delivered the latest of the regular reminders of why he shouldn’t be taken seriously, let alone be allowed near power.
On George Osborne’s first day in the job as editor of the Evening Standard, he played down fears about the consequences of his many conflicts of interests on the paper’s integrity by promising to act “without fear or favour.”
The sheer chaos that would ensue if Britain dropped out of the EU without a trade deal has been laid bare by an unlikely source.