“Just more lies and propaganda …”
“[I]f I become PM our Ambassador stays.”
“I don’t know the Ambassador, but …”
Persona non grata.
May: Hold the phone …
“I have done everything I can.”
“There cannot be confidence in securing whatever might be agreed between us.”
Loose lips sink relationships
Nicknames, Jim Crow, and a parody website.
But can May sell it — and EU elections?
“… the suicide note of the Conservative party.”
“The Titanic voting for the iceberg to get out of the way” redux.
“This must be the final defeat for Theresa May’s deal.”
“I am prepared to leave this job earlier than I intended in order to do what is right for our country and our party.”
Parliament seizes control, and … hilarity ensues.
“90 minutes of nothing.”
“She’s attacking the MPs whose votes she needs.”
Fed up with “procrastinating.”
“The hierarchy of deals.”
“I gave the prime minister my ideas of how to negotiate it.”
“The Titanic voting for the iceberg to get out of the way.”
“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.
Sinn Féin: “The backstop of last resort is a referendum on Irish unity.”
“It does feel like Groundhog Day.”
Would they really start all over again?
You didn’t like her deal, so you get no deal at all
Probably because nobody else wants the bloody job about now
EU to UK: What the hell do you want?
The new British Empire?
Heads may roll, though not literally (hopefully)
No deal for the Brexiteers?
It’s going to be a long December
Good luck with that.
You get to keep the job, but nobody else wanted it
On the ropes
“You want to take their tax money and pay off somebody else’s investment?”
Getting out the vote in swing states