We need a show with the boss of wetherspoons Tim Martin, the young scottish activish from a few weeks back who told off an audience member David Starkey, Alan Johnson/John Mann, JRM and Isabel Oakeshott Julia HB.
I don’t normally like missing QT but it appears I missed feck all on this occasion.
Shite as Dimbers normally is; I can see it going like Top Gear did. I couldn’t stand it with bucket gob Clarkson but it died a death after him.
"...for Single Market read ‘free trade area for goods’; for ECJ jurisdiction read ‘consistent interpretation and application of UK-EU arrangements….with due regard paid to EU case law’.
It’s a sleight of hand that wouldn’t look out of place on an old Paul Daniels magic show.
The fig leaf of sovereignty is there, but it is so heavily compromised by the need to ape every rule of the EU, it makes the prospects of trade and regulatory divergence (two of the prime opportunities of Brexit) completely null and void.
So where do we go from here? The Lib Dems or Labour? Never in a trillion years! The Conservatives? A party where those of genuine Eurosceptic conviction are in an enfeebled minority position at Westminster! UKIP? Cleverly neutered by Conservative statecraft to the point of extinction!
No, there’s nowhere for people like me to go anymore. We’re voiceless. Millions of us – voiceless. What a shameful, appalling, scandalous pass we’ve reached in British politics."
Just get Blair to bunk up a bit on the gallows to make room for "call me Dave" and May. In the case of May I'm not sure whether its a case of treachery or stupidity but in days gone by those in roles of state met the same end.
What's next? Four years of Corbyn and the end of the UK. I reckon he can probably get the job done in under 12 months. The gloating of the Question Time audience is going to be unbearable this week.
"On the panel are minister of state for energy and clean growth Claire Perry MP, who attends Cabinet and was at the Chequers meeting on Friday 6 July; Labour's shadow secretary of state for international trade Barry Gardiner MP; Gina Miller, fund manager and campaigner who took the government to the Supreme Court over Brexit; Charles Moore, former editor of the Daily Telegraph and The Spectator, now a columnist for both; and the broadcaster, journalist and friend of Donald Trump, Piers Morgan."