Brilliant idea. Free, short stories to make your commute more enjoyable (and keep you off Twitter/Instagram/News/CandyCrush - delete where appropriate)
The Guardian editorial this morning, "A Prime Minister gone rogue", is a scathing take on May's current position. It is also completely accurate.
"Brexit acknowledges a profound unhappiness about how the British are governed but deflects it on to Europe". Fintan O'Toole asks who the British will blame when they only have themselves to answer to.
Reminder that Brexit is only the 2nd weirdest thing to happen in the UK this year.
Hunt: “But it does need the EU also to be flexible in these situations....That is not an unreasonable thing to ask” - sounds like a reasonable statement until you realise the thing that is being asked for is breathtakingly unreasonable.
So, in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the starting point for EU negotiations with the UK in April will be... the backstop. The one thing that scuppered Theresa May's deal with her own party is possibly the first thing they will end up having to negotiate away anyway to begin trading talks as a third country.
There are 13 Million civilians facing starvation in Yemen.
In response to this, "Mr Hunt said he wanted to keep selling Saudi Arabia weapons so there was 'a European voice at the table doing everything we can to press for peace'"
Maybe a better way of pressing for peace would be to stop selling Saudi Arabia UK-made bombs and warplanes in the first place.
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