That is bang on. But then to acknowlege that would be inconvenient. I have never exculpated Cameron for accepting the pre-emptive move made by Juncker, but remainers should accept that the implication of the EU that they control trade has not only been part of the problem in the making and slowing the trade process- it will cause problems down the line even if we have to lump it.
No shame at all, having worked for peanuts despite my own expertise and watched the experts rake it in despite getting utterly wrong, and occasionally having to unpick their efforts. If the Public sector services in my area were paid commercial rates we'd be living high on the Hogg. Unfortunately we weren't. Now careful how you answer that cos some PS workers particularly the NHS are 'eroes and they're not well paid. Not even by Labour. But then Labour didn't give a toss and axed us- and now look at the pickle yer in