She doesn't know what she is doing
She knows exactly what she is doing
Brexit Secretary David Davis said today the UK was now "on the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation"
Mr Davis I can only hope that by making this statement you are demonstrating to the world an example of the famous British understatement!
Can anyone think of anything bigger?
Daily Mail readers are living in a perpetual hell, expecting their homes to be overrun at any minute by hoodie wearing, skunk smoking, muslim, transgender, asylum seekers.
You miss the nub of our disagreement, perhaps intentionally.
Someone could, I suppose, say that you are hypocritical and contradictory to demand checks on a worker moving to Brighton from Berlin but not on another worker moving here from Barrow. In fact, you are not being hypocritical - you simply believe (unlike one of your fellow-Brexiters it seems) that there should be free movement around all parts of the UK. So do I. Where we differ is that I believe that that freedom should be extended (subject to certain conditions) to people from across the European Union as part of the treaty we share with neighbouring countries.
The difference is not that one of us is being hypocritical but that we have different opinions about where we draw the line.
That, in this case, is where our disagreement is. I understand the opposing point of view. Which I suppose is another difference between us.
we can see you sneaking out ........... cheario cheario cheario cheario and repeat