It seems Prime Minister Theresa May is really anxious to “heal divisions” in Britain after the Brexit vote.
This is apparently what ‘taking back control’ looks like – accepting EU law and regulations as before – and adding to confusion.
Leaving the EU won’t be a boon for the NHS to the tune of £350 million a week, in fact it could cost us far more than that, the government’s former top EU diplomat said today.
It is one of the biggest debates of our generation and yet MPs have had barely two days to discuss it.
The government has just published the full bill on triggering Article 50, which starts the process for Brexit.
MPs were told this morning that they will just get around three days to discuss the Article 50 bill that will trigger Brexit.
The Prime Minister is flying to the United States this morning, and tomorrow she will meet Donald Trump. Already, she has been expressing her admiration for the man-baby, even as he expressed support for bringing back torture tactics.
The SNP leader Angus Robertson is allowed two questions at PMQs every week, and he asks them with surgical precision.
You can always rely on Iain Duncan Smith to come up with something truly bonkers. How this man was ever leader of the Tory party is beyond us.
The Labour leadership is not planning to block the triggering of Article 50, but it may frustrate the government’s efforts nevertheless.