How bizarre that May would blame somebody else for putting their political interests above the national interest, given that the entire referendum and Brexit chaos were initiated precisey because The Tories put their own interests above those of the country. May’s strategy here is Trumpesque... say something that is patently untrue as loudly as possible and idiots will believe it.
The guy who directed that one, then directed the one I'm doing. It's the first time I've worked for this company, and it mau only be panto but they do them well, spend some money so they look good (we have a genuinely great flying carpet sequence) and we're selling 2,000 plus tickets a day and the audiences love it and go home happy.
Brexit has already hit home - Southwell Vets have just sent a letter saying the pet passport scheme probably wont be valid post brexit and its unclear about what vaccinations are required.
Hot news this, Art. Our dog's never been abroad but I don't want to see her deprived of the opportunity. In other Southwell/Brexit news, I've defaced the Christmas card from our MP which featured a serene view of the House of Commons.
If we do rejoin the EU, it'll be on markedly worse terms than we have at the moment. Thatcher, for all her faults, negotiated a good rebate for us. We also have vetos and, I believe, an opt-out over Schengen. You can kiss goodbye to anything this good, ever again.
That's all very well, but I was hoping for some illumination regarding what the f*ck's going to happen over Brexit. Or more to the point, what outcome of the leadership challenge could possibly lead to a second referendum or a withdrawal of Article 50?