“…we have real concerns that they are going to crack the foundations of our economy.”
Interesting times indeed
“We will stand up and fight them all.”
And away we go
Ready, set, Brexit
“Please wake up and realise what is happening here.”
Or does he have other moves up his sleeve?
SNP: “Zombie prime minister” must go.
“…his party would back an election after the bill had been passed, but not before.”
EU: We are not removing the backstop from any deal.
Johnson: Expulsion for Tories who cross me.
May: Hold the phone …
“There cannot be confidence in securing whatever might be agreed between us.”
“The Titanic voting for the iceberg to get out of the way” redux.
“This must be the final defeat for Theresa May’s deal.”
Fed up with “procrastinating.”
“The Prime Minister has run down the clock, and the clock has been run out on her.”
“Either Corbyn has intentionally misled me or his staff have misled him.”
Corbyn: Let’s have a do-over instead.
And here comes Corbyn — to the EU.
EU to UK: What the hell do you want?
Labour #2: Probe will “silence a very small number of people who believe that antisemitism doesn’t exist in my party.”
“Do not forget, Mr Corbyn, that you will be judged by the company you keep.”
And it’s not just Corbyn
“…thousands of people are marching in the UK because their U system is going broke and not working.”
“They will attempt to dissociate Communist theory from practice in an effort to acquit the former.”
And in some unexpected places
“There is even a new word for the social democratic swoon: Pasokization…”
“Early elections a game changer.”
“Iran is essentially a welfare state.”
“It seems designed to fail in the Senate.”