The Brexit vote has been delayed again but this time it isn’t the PM’s fault

0
55
The Brexit vote has been delayed again but this time it isn't the PM's fault



Cabinet clots
ANOTHER vote, another delay. But this one isn’t the Prime Minister’s fault.
The finger is firmly pointed at the Cabinet careerists who are making Government policy on the hoof, seemingly incapable of grasping even the most basic rules of collective responsibility.
Reuters The least Theresa May’s party can do is let her get on with her job in peace
The traitorous trio in her Cabinet — Amber Rudd, Greg Clark and David Gauke — sunk any chance of progress in Egypt this week with their demand for No Deal to be “taken off the table”.
What reason do EU leaders, who already need to be dragged to the negotiating table, have to give the PM any concessions when even her fellow Cabinet members are giving Brussels a wink thatParliament wouldn’t allow a clean break? Is that helping or hindering our chances of a better deal?
We are entering a vital fortnight. The last thing Mrs May needs now is Cabinet rebellions, backbench grandstanding and a leadership beauty contest.
Too many Tories seem not to realise what damage they are doing to the party’s hard-won reputation for competence when they go completely off-grid.
AFP or licensors Greg Clarke, Amber Rudd and David Gauke sunk any chance of progress in Egypt this week with their demand for No Deal to be ‘taken off the table’
Or to faith in politicians and our political process in general when they fight tooth and nail to stop Brexit, but aren’t even honest about their intentions.
Theresa May has a tough job for the next two weeks. The least her Party can do is let her get on with it in peace.
Quit! Jez do it
EVERY insight into what a Corbyn government would look like makes the prospect even more terrifying.
AFP or licensors More and more MPs in his Corbyn’s shrinking party say he’s unfit to lead Great Britain
This weekend he, again, brushed off the anti-Semitism in his party as a matter of personal opinion. And then he had a go at the media for asking why more and more MPs in his shrinking party say he’s unfit to lead Great Britain. Approved questions only, please.
Even the supposedly sensible ones on his front bench appear to have left the reservation. Emily Thornberry reckons she’d rather die than join another political party. Eh?
To those Labourites who haven’t yet abandoned his sinister ship, we have one message. Make like the hard-working, decent MP Ian Austin.
And quit.
Jacko on trial
MICHAEL Jackson was a music genius, but he is not a saint. It isn’t heresy to ask questions about his behaviour.
AFP – Getty It is up to viewers, fans and sceptics to make up their own minds about Jackson after seeing the very compelling claims for themselves
CommentTREVOR KAVANAGH Trapped Prime Minister can still blow foes out of water with Brexit deal CommentANDREA LEADSOM We’re so close to the Brexit finishing line — it’s time to come together CommentTHE SUN ON SUNDAY SAYS Rebels are playing with fire by trying to get No Deal off the table CommentROD LIDDLE ISIS bride Shamima Begum doesn’t need help — but the liberals who support her do CommentKARREN BRADY When kids are at risk from neglectful parents, thank God for foster carers
Director Dan Reed deserves credit for putting together the controversial documentary Leaving Neverland, which he says makes it clear the former king of pop was a “predatory paedophile”.
Channel 4 deserve credit for screening it, despite legal threats, because these allegations have a right to be heard.
It is for viewers — fans and sceptics alike — to make up their own mind only once they have seen the very compelling claims for themselves.
Theresa May kicks the can down the road AGAIN as she delays vote on Brexit deal by two weeks

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here