“An historic vassalisation of Britain.”
Showing a woman with a stroller is now verboten
Game of chicken.
“It’s ridiculously stupid.”
“I think the union that is the United Kingdom is more at risk today than at any time in my political lifetime.”
Scotland: We’re talking independence again.
“Our waters, not yours.”
“Just more lies and propaganda …”
“I don’t know the Ambassador, but …”
Foreign office, “We pay them to be candid.”
“But would I want to stand in the way of Julian Assange facing justice? No, I would not.”
May: Hold the phone …
Diplomacy: My host is a loser.
“I have done everything I can.”
“There cannot be confidence in securing whatever might be agreed between us.”
But can May sell it — and EU elections?
A Chelsea exit?
“… the suicide note of the Conservative party.”
“The Titanic voting for the iceberg to get out of the way” redux.
EU negotiator to UK: Choose between May’s deal and no-deal Brexit.
Parliament seizes control, and … hilarity ensues.
“She’s attacking the MPs whose votes she needs.”
Fed up with “procrastinating.”
“The hierarchy of deals.”
“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.”
“At the end of the day, the president wants to bring our troops home.”
“We’re talking about an invasion.”
A solution in sight on the backstop?
Heads may roll, though not literally (hopefully)
“I’m absolutely convinced it’s a deliberate act to disrupt Gatwick Airport.”
Protecting the taxi unions
“There is a path for Mr. Assange to take the decision to exit into near freedom.”
“The case that was made for Brexit was a fantasy case.”
“…an asset-stripper or robber baron, but at least they don’t claim to be socialists.”
May: Ask Boris Johnson.
“Police believe the nerve agent…was discarded during the March attempted assassination of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.”
“I don’t know if that’s what they voted for.”
No movement after two years?
Math is hard.
“But will their taxes go up?”